Information space of a higher school based on mobile technologies
This article presents the author’s vision of the content of the information space based on mobile technologies, which includes three synergistically interconnected areas: mobile Internet training, chat training and education based on mobile applications in the format of audio and video training. The purpose of the study: to develop the information space of a higher school based on mobile technologies and experimentally prove the effectiveness of its implementation in the training of students. The scientific novelty of the author’s research lies in the originality of the approach to the formation and further diagnosis of students' information competencies based on the implementation of mobile learning. The study developed informational competencies of students in the following groups: overall cultural, overall professional and professional. The results of the study are statistically proven (p<0.05) through an increase in the level of students' competencies in their informational education and independence when choosing an educational route through interactive and mobile technologies.
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