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Keleberda N., Atanesyan A. Informational Society and Optimization of Education in the Current Circumstances: Russian and Armenian Experience / annotation
Nina G. Keleberda – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Rostov Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation.
The introduction of technology into education leads to a revision of the boundaries of knowledge: disciplines disappear, the "territories" of sciences are eroded, making room for (so to speak) "network research." The hypothesis is put forward that the optimization of education is both a condition and a consequence of an ideological shift. The content of the concept "optimization of education" in the context of the development of digital technologies in education is considered, defining "optimization" as a technique. The novelty of the research is presented by a comparative analysis of the development of the process of optimizing education in Russia and in Armenia. The relevance of this approach is due to the need to coordinate efforts to develop the information society both in the format of bilateral relations between Russia and Armenia, and within the Black Sea states. The authors rely on the analysis of the concepts of national developments, which fix the prospects and goals of the development of information technologies and the information society in Russia and Armenia. Having studied the strategic sectors and technological spheres of Armenia, it is concluded that Armenia, being a regional leader in the development of information technologies, supplies most of these developments to the USA and Canada, and a smaller part to Russia. The conclusion confirms the hypothesis that the introduction of new digital technologies in the educational process carries certain risks due, on the one hand, to the quality of educational services in the context of optimizing the educational process, and on the other, to a radical change in the consciousness and thinking of a modern person with using the same optimization.