The blended learning techniques in technical higher education

  • 1 Department of Publishing and Editing, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine
  • 2 Department of Instrumentation Design and Engineering, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine


Nowadays systems can optimize the presentation of the course’s content, suggesting next steps in subjects studying, dynamical planning of individual lectures with lecturers for students with special needs, and even create timetables of school buses accordingly to the time of courses running. We argue that massive open online courses created in Ukrainian by leading specialists in their fields and their implementation to the educational process can give students an opportunity to get up-to-date knowledge, a chance to study regardless of their financial state or an opportunity to enrol to the leading universities.



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