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Wydział Sztuki i Nauk o Edukacji

Piet Kommers (The Netherlands), Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland), Nataliia Morze (Ukraine), Tatiana Noskova, Olga Yakovleva, Tatiana Pavlova (Russia), Martin Drlík (Slovakia), Josef Malach (Czech Republic), Sixto Cubo Delgado (Spain), Paulo Pinto (Portugal), Tomayess & Theodora Issa (Australia)
CONTRASTIVE ANALYSES AND EVALUATION OF THE ICT AND ELEARNING COMPETENCES IN AUSTRALIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, THE NETHERLANDS, POLAND, PORTUGAL, RUSSIA, SLOVAKIA, SPAIN AND UKRAINE WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE IRNET INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH NETWORK PROJECT

Tomayess Issa, Theodora Issa (Australia)
IS WEB DEVELOPMENT PROCESS TEACHING AND TRAINING ESSENTIAL FOR SMALL ONLINE BUSINESSES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Oleksandr Korobochka, Liudmila Sorokina, Maryna Romaniukha, Kateryna Yalova, Valerii Zavgorodnii, Nakaznyi Mykola, Nataliya Kuzmenko (Ukraine)
INTERCULTURAL ASPECTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN DSTU (UKRAINE)

Sébastien Ducourtioux (Poland)
HELPING THE CONSOLIDATION OF AN INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE: AN EXAMPLE FROM BLENDED LEARNING

Tatyana Noskova, Tatyana Pavlova, Olga Yakovleva (Russian Federation), Nataliia Morze (Ukraine), Martin Drlík (Slovakia)
INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT OF BLENDED LEARNING: ASPECTS OF TEACHING AND QUALITY

Nataliia Morze, Olga Veselovska (Ukraine)
AN ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION SOCIETY DEVELOPMENT IN UKRAINE

Milena Janáková (Czech Republic)
E-LEARNING IN THE DYNAMIC CHANGES OF A GLOBAL SOCIETY

Małgorzata Wieczorek-Tomaszewska (Poland)
RECEPTION OF ‘VISUAL LITERACY COMPETENCY STANDARDS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION’ (ERIC, 2011) IN THE POLISH EDUCATION SYSTEM

Roman Šperka (Czech Republic)
E-LEARNING AS A SUPPORT FOR CZECH POINT SERVICES

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)
SOME RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH CONDUCTED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SILESIA IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH NETWORK IRNET

Hanna Gulinska (Poland)
BRINGING SCHOOL CLOSER TO THE REALWORLD

Yurii Tryus, Tamara Kachala (Ukraine)
INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN BLENDING LEARNING. FUTURE IT PROFESSIONALS IN THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES OF UKRAINE

Wiesław Półjanowicz, Magdalena Roszak, Barbara Kołodziejczak, Andrzej Bręborowicz (Poland)
AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND QUALITY OF ELEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

Jolanta Szulc (Poland)
THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MOOCS. AN ANALYSIS OF SELECTED EXAMPLES

Jan Beseda, Zbyněk Machát, Michaela Šmídová (Czech Republic)
“TACTILE GENERATION” AND “DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS”: USING MEDIA IN THE FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION

Nataliia Morze, Svitlana Spivak (Ukraine)
INFORMAL LEARNING AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT OF THE MODERN EDUCATION

Ewa Półtorak, Halina Widła, Jarosław Krajka (Poland)
E-LEARNING IN CULTURE STUDIES INSTRUCTION – DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING AND EVALUATING A STUDY PROGRAMME

Anna Ślósarz (Poland)
STUDENTS’ PREFERABLE ACTIVITIES IN E-LEARNING. A COLLECTIVE CASE STUDY

Mariusz Marczak, Jarosław Krajka (Poland)
ELECTRONIC ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS – PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENT TEACHERS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Izabela Mrochen (Poland)
TRANSLATING IN THE CLOUD – NEW DIGITAL SKILLS AND THE OPEN-SOURCE MOVEMENT

Agnieszka Gadomska (Poland)
IMPLEMENTING BLOGS FOR TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING SKILLS IN MULTICULTURAL GROUPS: ENLISH M.A. STUDIES COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES (SWPS) – A CASE STUDY

Małgorzata Bartoszewicz (Poland)
E-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION ‒ A CASE STUDY

Nataliia Morze, Kuzminska Olena (Ukraine)
A SCIENTIFIC COMPONENT OF MASTERS ICT COMPETENCE IN THE MODERN UNIVERSITY

Libor Klubal, Kateřina Kostolányová (Czech Republic)
MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES – A KIND OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGIES USED IN REAL EDUCATION

Grzegorz Krzyśko (Poland)
MLEARNING AND CHEMISTRY APPS ON IPAD

Maryna Rafalska (Ukraine)
USING E-LEARNING IN IMPROVING THE LEVEL OF STUDENTS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES

Wojciech Jan Zuziak (Poland)
TEACHING HOW TO CODE THROUGH TEACHING THE CODING

Agnieszka Wierzbicka, Dominika Goltz-Wasiucionek (Poland)
EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL ― BUT WHICH ONE? THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS AND MISTAKES OF PEOPLE PROJECTING ONLINE CLASSES.

Miroslav Hrubý (Czech Republic)
INFORMATION ETHICS AND CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION

Prudencia Gutiérrez Esteban, Mark Thomas Peart (Spain)
INTRODUCING SELF ORGANIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION AS A TOOL FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

Barbara Kołodziejczak, Magdalena Roszak, Anna Ren-Kurc, Wojciech Kowalewski, Andrzej Bręborowicz (Poland)
MANAGEMENT OF GROUPS IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Irena Pulak (Poland)
STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN THE TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Jolanta Krzyżewska (Poland)
THE TURING CONTRACT CAN FORMULATE A PROBLEM

Adam Adamski, Adriana Adamska (Poland)
EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM IN E-LEARNING

Jolanta Krzyżewska (Poland)
THE TURING’S CONTRACT – AN EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATIONAL COMPANY WITH UNLIMITED RELIABILITY

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