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dc.contributor.author Striuk, Mykola I.
dc.contributor.author Striuk, Andrii M.
dc.contributor.author Семеріков, Сергій Олексійович
dc.contributor.author Стрюк, Микола Іванович
dc.contributor.author Стрюк, Андрій Миколайович
dc.date.accessioned 2023-11-01T11:47:14Z
dc.date.available 2023-11-01T11:47:14Z
dc.date.issued 2023-09-11
dc.identifier.citation Striuk M. I. Mobility in the information society: a holistic model / Mykola I. Striuk, Andrii M. Striuk, Serhiy O. Semerikov // Educational Technology Quarterly. – 2023. – Vol. 2023. – Iss. 3. – P. 277-301. – DOI : https://doi.org/10.55056/etq.619 uk
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dc.identifier.uri https://doi.org/10.55056/etq.619
dc.identifier.uri https://acnsci.org/journal/index.php/etq/article/view/619
dc.identifier.uri http://elibrary.kdpu.edu.ua/xmlui/handle/123456789/7990
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dc.description.abstract Ukraine’s National Strategy for Education Development aims to align its education system with global standards and sustainable development goals. One of the key objectives is to integrate higher education with European norms, offer diverse educational models, and meet information and communication needs. The European Commission supports this integration process by fostering initiatives such as the Bologna process, mobility, and cooperation with programs like Erasmus+. Mobility, enabled by information and communication technologies, is essential for building the European educational and scientific space. This paper explores the different aspects of mobility, such as geographic, social, professional, academic, learning, software, hardware, and technological mobility. It investigates how they relate to each other within socio-pedagogical and technical systems, highlighting their importance for the information society. Using historical and contemporary perspectives, the paper develops a holistic model of mobility in the information society. Future research directions include the dynamic evolution of mobility within higher education systems, its sociocultural implications, and its intersection with technological innovations and state-political transformations. Furthermore, the phenomenon of mobility in technological and pedagogical systems, driven by the spread of mobile information and communication technologies, deserves more attention. uk
dc.language.iso en uk
dc.publisher Academy of Cognitive and Natural Sciences uk
dc.subject mobility uk
dc.subject virtual mobility uk
dc.subject geographical mobility uk
dc.subject social mobility uk
dc.subject professional mobility uk
dc.subject academic mobility uk
dc.subject learning mobility uk
dc.subject software portability uk
dc.subject technological mobility uk
dc.subject mobile communications uk
dc.subject information society uk
dc.subject holistic model uk
dc.title Mobility in the information society: a holistic model uk
dc.type Article uk

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