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Особенности функционирования информационно-образовательной среды современной высшей школы

Бизнес-информатика. 2014. № 2(28). С. 44-50.
Таратухина Ю. В., Жаров В. К.
The paper dwells on major specifics of an informational and educational environment operation in modern higher education. At present education is becoming increasingly open and accessible, not closing in on countries and states. And one of the key emerging issues is educational communication of various cultural groups in e-learning environments (ELE). The online transformation of a number of learning processes enables not only to make a learning process independent of territorial parameters, but also to ensure its flexibility in terms of learning schedule. However students of different cultural backgrounds do not always share the same vision of the learning process: they have different world patterns, information processing strategies, types of educational discourse, etc. The article outlines several formal representations of the learning process and its implementation in informational & teaching environments (ITE). In the paper educational communication in ELEs is referred to as a space of interacting micro-, macro-, and cultural environments, and a principle of organizing the educational content in the ELE is presented in the context of cultures interaction. It is contemplated that ELE content will be derived according to rules, adjusted to student's cultural and cognitive specifics We also represent a principle of organizing the educational content in IEE in the framework of different interacting cultures. We believe that the content of IEE will be derived according to the output rules, adjusted to a student's cultural and cognitive specifics. In the future, as a practical output, we intend to propose a methodology of mapping a student’s individual educational trajectory in a multicultural learning environment. Modal classification of cultural environments (David B. Zilberman), minimum dictionaries (Bertrand Russell) and simulation of student’s activities have been applied as major tools to study the contemporary learning environment.