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While learning something new is beyond inspiring and rewarding, it can also be overwhelming and even intimidating, especially if you don’t know where to start. Luckily, the internet is packed with handy guides and courses. Here are some of the most in-demand skills and the first steps you can take towards mastering each of them.
The Digital Professions in Russia initiative keeps growing and ITMO University’s courses, offered as part of the program, have been immensely popular, with more than 1,100 students joining. Soon specialists from ITMO’s DH Center and International Research and Education Center Autodesk will launch four more online courses.
In this article, we’ll tell you all about the results of the ITMO.Distant project, the best distance learning practices, and how the service supported lecturers during the transition to the distance learning mode.
Learn about technologies for active online lectures: more on how to use the Nearpod platform and get an unlimited plan in this article by ITMO.NEWS.
Each year, leading universities from all over the world arrange various schools for those who would like to make good use of their summer. We have already published a list of activities with approaching deadlines here. If you missed your chance, don’t worry – here is a list of the best schools still available for applying.
Nine ITMO University students have completed a four-day training course at 20.35 University to become certified digital volunteers. During the intensive course, the students familiarized themselves with online communication services (Zoom and Discord), discovered how to organize online learning, monitor university and school students’ progress, and learned to implement gamification of study subjects using ClassDojo and Mozilla Hubs. ITMO.NEWS contacted the newly qualified digital volunteers to find out about possible applications for this knowledge and skills and the development of digital volunteering in the country.
ITMO University students have now spent more than a month as online learners. In these new circumstances, it's important not only to adjust to a new schedule, but to remain physically active, as well. How do you do that and remain productive while staying home? ITMO.NEWS and the Student Services Office answer these questions in this new illustrated series. These tips are sure to come in handy in the future, too; after all, experts are saying that online classes and digital solutions are only going to become more prevalent.
How do you capture the students’ attention in a Zoom class? How do you collect useful feedback? And what’s the best way to deal with conflicts? A webinar titled “Issues in Teacher-Student Communication Online and Offline” recently took place as part of the ITMO.Expert professional development program. Vera Shavrina, a psychologist at ITMO University’s Center for Inclusive Education, explained how to establish communication with students during online classes, maintain their interest in the subject, and successfully handle any emerging conflicts.
While scientists from all over the world are working on a vaccine against coronavirus, and regular people are staying at home and avoiding mass gatherings, ITMO.NEWS have cobbled up a list of ten resources and announcements of online lectures on popular science. Though many universities and lecture halls have put offline events on hold, there are still plenty of opportunities to get a fix of interesting information from the world of science (and practice your Russian while at it)!
Modern technologies provide you with plenty of opportunities for non-stop learning; be it during your daily commute, classes or your free time, you always have access to a sea of useful information on your specialization. With that in mind, ITMO.NEWS decided to provide some educational entertainment for the cold evenings ahead with exciting lectures by first-class academics from all over the world!