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Innovative Educational Technologies, Tools and Methods for E-learning
Scientific Editor Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska
“E-learning”, 12, Katowice–Cieszyn 2020, pp. 183–194
DOI: 10.34916/el.2020.12.16



Rusudan Makhachashvili-1, Ivan Semenist-2, Anna Bakhtina-3, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, 18/2 Bulvarno-Kudriavska Str., Kyiv, 04053, Ukraine, 1,, 2,, 3,, ORCID 1, 0000-0002-4806-6434, 2, 0000-0002-0847-8856, 3, 0000-0003-3337-6648

Abstract: The global pandemic and the subsequent quarantine measures and restrictions have posed an array of challenges to the structure and procedure of university summative assessment process. Qualification assessment for major programmes in
Foreign Languages in particular is a strictly regulated procedure that involves different stages (oral and written exams, final project viva, internal and external review). This study seeks to analyse the practices of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
digital qualification assessment for students of European (French, Italian, Spanish, English, German) and Asian (Mandarin, Japanese) Languages major programmes, employed in the year 2020 due to quarantine measures. The survey and analysis of
different ICT tools is used to translate real life qualification assessment practices into an online blended format. The investigation also seeks to identify various groups of applied digital skills and collaboration skills, utilized through qualification assessment process by all parties (students, faculty and referees).

Keywords: ICT Tools and Practices; Final Qualification Assessment; digital literacy; blended learning.

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