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Peculiarities of cloud computing use in the process of the first-year students' adaptive potential development

Varina, Hanna and Osadchyi, Viacheslav and Osadcha, Kateryna and Shevchenko, S. V. and Lytvynova, S. H. (2020) Peculiarities of cloud computing use in the process of the first-year students' adaptive potential development. CEUR Workshop Proceedings (2879). pp. 521-538.

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Technologies based on cloud computing is one of the demanded and actively developing areas of the modern information world. Cloud computing refers to an innovative technology that allows you to combine IT resources of vari-ous hardware platforms into a single whole and provide the user with access to them via a local network or the global Internet. Cloud services from vari-ous providers offer users access to their resources via the Internet via free or shareware cloud applications, the hardware and software requirements of which do not imply that the user has high-performance and resource-consuming computers. Cloud technologies represent a new way of organiz-ing the educational process and offers an alternative to traditional methods of organizing the educational process, creates an opportunity for personal learning, collective teaching, interactive classes, and the organization of psy-chological support. The scientific article is devoted to the problem of inte-grating cloud technologies not only in the process of training highly qualified specialists, but also in the formation of professionally important personality traits. The article describes the experience of introducing cloud technologies into the process of forming the adaptive potential of students in conditions of social constraints caused by the covid-19 pandemic.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: B Філософія. Психологія. Релігія > BF Психологія
Divisions: Навчально-науковий інститут соціально-педагогічної та мистецької освіти > Кафедра психології
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Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2021 20:45
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