Control Systems and Computers, N1, 2018, Article 1


Upr. sist. maš., 2018, Issue 1 (273), pp. 3-15.

UDC 303.721;004.03142

Grіtsenko Volodymyr I.,Corresponding member of the Ukrainian academy of sciences, Director, E-mail:

Manako Аlla F., Doctor of Technical Sciences, head of the department, E-mail:

Synytsya Kateryna M., PhD in Technical Sciences,  Deputy Director on Research, E-mail:

International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies and Systems of the NAS and MES of Ukraine, Glushkov ave., 40, Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine

E-Transformation in Learning

Introduction. The current problem of electronic transformation is examined. The particular attention is paid to the initial phase of the period of e-transformations that arose in learning under the influence of the information society and information and communication technologies development. The questions of the pedagogical influence on the processes of e-trans­formations are considered. Some general changes are determined, which are the most particular for the modern understanding of the level of using the perspective information and communication technologies.

Purpose. A brief description of the e-transformations in learning is given.

Methods. The requirements, recommendations and conclusions are made based on the literature study, system analysis methods and generalizations.

Results. The main e-transformations are described. The most significant of the e-transformations in learning are considered.

Conclusion. E-transformations, which are essentially for the first phase of the ongoing transformations that arose under the influence of the scientific and technological revolution and promising ICTs, give rise to a new vision of the learning paradigm itself and the technological capabilities of supporting all processes supporting learning. All this, at a whole, provides the opportunities for further enhancement of the technology support of truly high-quality mass-continuous education for all, including new opportunities for supporting the alternative learning at any time and anywhere.

Keywords: e-learning, e-transformation, information technologies in learning, new educational paradigms.

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Received 12.01.2018