On practice of using open data in construction of training and assessment tasks for programming courses
This paper describes the experience of using open datasets in “Programming” course for the first-year undergraduates in Software engineering. The course is designed according to a combined approach. It contains the features of problem based learning and formative assessment. We describe and give examples of open datasets using in training and assessment task development. We also present the problems of open data application to educational process and possible ways of their solving.
The article tries to describe the specific of Open Educational Resources design and functioning in CIS countries in terms of their uniqueness in information and educational environments. The article specifies culturological, psychological and teaching organization of CIS OERs, including some features of their ergonomic design. The questions concerning the intercultural competence of tutors and the development of cultural assimilators for tutors are put.
The paper provides information on an educational portal named "Single-Entry Window" aimed at integration of Russian educational Internet resources. The conceptual aspects of the project, the software functionality, the informational components, the structure of metadata, the questions of content management including the approach for resources collecting and evaluating are described.
The paper provides information on an educational internet project aimed at integration of open educational resources of Russian universities and other educational institutions. The conceptual aspects of the project, the software functionality, the informational components, the structure of metadata, the questions of content management including the approach for resources collecting and evaluating are described.
This paper analyzes the development of forms and methods of interaction between government agencies and the experts’ community, public organizations, and citizens under the influence of a whole host of factors, including a transition to networked forms of administration; the production and exchange of big data; the dynamic development of information and communication technologies; and the development of the need for various interest groups, members of the mass media, and citizens to comment and influence government decision-making. The goal of the paper is to demonstrate that open government and increasing citizen activity is a two-way street. The paper uses the results of the monitoring by experts in 2014 of the implementation of principles and mechanisms of openness in federal executive agencies.
One of the paper’s tasks is to show that government bodies today face the extremely difficult challenge of not merely informing citizens about decisions that are made but also maintaining the smooth operation of mechanisms that are able, given the current level of social development, to ensure that the interests and expectations of as many stakeholders as possible are taken into account. The paper also analyzes issues related to streamlining the current mechanisms of openness.
The authors regard these technologies and mechanisms of openness and public participation in government administration as interconnected elements of a new, nascent model of public administration.
The 6th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV2012, was organized in Albany, New York, United States (US) from the 22nd to the 25th of October 2012, hosted by the Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, State University of New York under the patronage of the United States National Archives and Record Administration. The ICEGOV (International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance) series focuses on the use of technology to transform relationships between government and citizens, businesses, civil society and other arms of government (Electronic Governance).
Problems of the engeneering education with open educational resourses are considered.
The article considers a place of formative assessment and feedback in education process and specific properties of these concepts in programming training courses. Systematic description of these significant educational tools is given. As authors knew, no Russian educators neither fully describes these concepts, nor carries out them in daily practice. Authors needed in a formalization of feedback for computer support of training process
This paper covers results of the project on development of open electronic library of educational resources for high school. This library is the part of educational portal named "Unified window for access to educational resources" (window.edu.ru) and contains more than 25000 textbooks, tutorials, lecture notes and other materials created in Russian universities.