Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


Informational technologies go on comprising the process of globalization not only of informational development of the society but it’s all spheres. Informational technologies in the sphere of intellectual labor as a means of world basis of knowledge: libraries, electronic resources, working out of information for a short period of time increase the level of the informational society. According to the definition of UNESCO Informational society is an evolutionary structure that reflects different stages of development and achieved different levels in different countries of the world. Technological progress and other changes reorganize the environment in which informational society develops [1.2]. In the publication of UNESCO for World Summit in informational society (the author is Santi Gutman), the connection of ICT and education puts new ethic and legal problems before leaders and pedagogues [1.5] Informational technologies and pedagogical security of this process for carrying out independent work and independent education of students of higher educational establishments in conditions of electronic and distance learning have the more adaptive method in the era of communications. Wide use of the Internet in the system of education as a teaching means changes it into a useful area.

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