Nowadays online learning is among the most progressive and most popular educational practices in the world. Both European and United States universities try to implement this way of learning into the educational process. Several models of online education are used in the world’s practice. The article aims to analyze online learning models to find a way for the best implementation in higher education based on Ukrainian educational system during COVID 19 pandemic in 2020.
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