Role of e-learning environments in training applicants for higher education in the realities of large-scale military aggression
Electronic educational environments in the conditions of quarantine restrictions of COVID-19 have become a common phenomenon for the organization of distance educational activities. The purpose of the article is to analyze the role of electronic educational environments in the process of training applicants for higher education. General scientific, pedagogical methods were used. In the results, the general properties of the Internet educational platforms common in Ukraine, the peculiarities of using the Moodle and Prometheus platforms were discussed. The conclusions state that the military actions drew the attention of universities in Ukraine to the formation of their own educational platforms.
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Derechos de autor 2022 Nataliia Bakhmat , Maryna Burenko , Volodymyr Krasnov, Larysa Olianych , Dmytro Balashov , Svitlana Liulchak
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