The collection of scientific conference materials presents the results of the Research of actual problems in the field of visual communication of representatives Various directions of social and humanitarian knowledge.
This article contains a description of the methodology and the first results of a study conducted with the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (2020–2022). The aim of the interdisciplinary project is to analyze the problems of managing educational relations during the period of digital transformation. The focus of this article is the topic of digitalization of education, in particular, the problem of transformation of relations in the field of education during the transition of the system from traditional to digital. We consider the digitalization of education as a qualitatively new stage in the development of multisubject relations in the educational system. The topic of the transformation of interactions between participants in the educational process is disclosed in the article on the basis of data collected in the framework of a large-scale pedagogical experiment – the project “Learn to learn”. The sample includes more than 1000 students from schools in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region. Analysis of the collected data gives the researcher the ability to predict behavior and identify problems in communication between various subjects of relations. A change in the attitude of students to their own educational action is reinforced by a change in the role of the teacher in the complex interaction “student–computer–teacher”.
The monograph was prepared following the results of the International Scientific Forum of Conflict Resolutions "Management of regional conflicts in the context of digitalization of modern society: methods long history and practice of implementation ", held at the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University those November 20-21, 2020 in Kazan. The monograph analyzes the diversity of scientific applied aspects of managing regional conflicts in the modern digitalizing society. The monograph is addressed to academic scientists, specialists in the field of regional studies and management of regional conflicts, conflictologists-consultants, conflictologists-managers, representatives of public organizations, teachers and students.