Comparison of distance education problems during the COVID-19 pandemic
The object of research: distance learning in higher educational institutions of Ukraine and the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investigated problem: building a higher education system during the COVID-19 pandemic, capable of quickly adapting to adverse conditions and providing a high level of training.
The main scientific results: explored trends regarding the study of the impact of the pandemic on higher education, the effectiveness of distance education. Analyzed Ukrainian studies of distance education in universities. Held by students of the KNTEU Kharkiv Trade and Economic College. Based on the research results, conclusions and recommendations were made regarding the improvement of the quality of distance education in the field of higher education.
The area of practical use of the research results: higher education and professional education organizations.
Technological innovation: identified the problems of distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on them, recommendations were developed to improve the quality of education in higher educational institutions of Ukraine.
Scope of application for technological innovation: practical activity in higher education and relations with stakeholders of educational organizations.
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