Universal Models and Platforms in E-Learning

Viktor Shurygin, Anna Berestova, Tatiana Litvinova, Eugeny Kolpak, Alesya Nureyeva

Abstract


The study describes the effectiveness of digital technological solutions in education. Students, postgraduates, teachers, and medical business representatives have tested a comprehensive educational product based on the capabilities of learning management system (LMS) platforms. The online course was implemented on the e-learning platforms such as Moodle, Schoology, TalentLMS, Canvas LMS, Docebo, iSpringLearn's, Brightspace, Absorb LMS. The implementation of advanced e-learning models ensured the effectiveness of the educational process. The focus on the development of the personal potential of each educational process participant made it possible to create a personalized learning environment and evoke a sense of personal significance and importance. The focus on feedback has created a creative communication environment for the exchange of knowledge, thoughts and ideas satisfying participants' educational needs for self-expression and creativity. The collective creativity of the educational process participants made it possible to develop a high-quality corporate culture of the students involved, which became the basis for establishing business partnerships in the system of education, science, and business. Based on the observations, a universal model of an effective educational process in the digital age has been developed.

Keywords


e-learning; online platforms; learning management systems (LMS); advanced learning technology.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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