THE USE OF MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES AS A WAY OF IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF TEACHING IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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The article focuses the reader’s attention on the fact that one of the ways to solve the problem of high-quality teaching of IT disciplines in Russian universities is to use the potential of mass open online courses (MOOCS) developed by the world’s leading universities and companies. The article considers a «hybrid» educational model based on the integration of MOOCS into the educational process. The model is based on the solution of three practical problems: the development of matrices of compliance available MOOCS competencies of Federal standards and academic disciplines; synchronization MOOCS with the educational process; as well as the transformation of the roles of the teaching staff, including their participation in the facilitation and moderation of online courses by students, as well as knowledge control.


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Alexander Anatolyevich Beloglazov

Moscow state University of Humanities and Economics

Author for correspondence.
Email: a-a-be@yandex.ru
Losinoostrovskaya str., 49, Moscow, Russia, 107150

Candidate of Technical Sciences, associate Professor of the Department of applied mathematics and Informatics in the fields of the faculty of applied mathematics and Informatics, Moscow state University of Humanities and Economics

Lilia Borisovna Beloglazova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: a-abe@yandex.ru
Miklukho-Maklaya str., 10/3, Moscow, Russia, 117198

candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of Russian of the Russian Peoples’ Friendship University

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