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The experience of using the electronic learning environment for studying Legal Statistics in Barnaul juridical institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation
Abstract.The article studies the issues of electronic learning systems developing, introducing and using in the educational process of a higher education institution. The authors consider the Legal Statistics subject to study their objectives, composition, work organization and usage experience. At present, in the context of the growing importance and usage of computers in many spheres of activity of the modern society, there’s a need for professionals adept at self-studying and self-development. These new abilities should be ingrained in all students. Under these circumstances, one of the priorities of education is the effective use of educational technologies including interactive electronic educational resources. An effective educational method is online teamwork. It can be organized with the help of Wiki pages. Active elements are used to encourage students to interact with each other and with an instructor. The use of electronic educational environment to study legal statistics in Barnaul juridical institute helps solve the tasks of self-education and self-improvement of the tobe professionals. It is an effective way of implementing educational programmes in an educational institution.
Keywords: Moodle, state educational standard, Internet, legal statistics, EIOS, electronic information and educational environment, higher vocational education, self-development, self improvement, distance learning
Article was received:06-11-2018
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