A Virtual Higher Education Campus in a Global World: The Role of the Academic Campus in an Era of Technological Progress

Nitza Davidovitch (Editor)
Ariel University Center of Samaria, Ariel, Israel

Yuri Ribakov, PhD (Editor)
Department of Civil Engineering, Ariel University, Ariel, Israel

Anna Slobodianiuk (Editor)
Foreign Languages Department, KD Ushynsky South-Ukranian National Pedagogical University, Odesa, Ukraine

Neeru Snehi (Editor)
Department of Higher and Professional Education, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi, India

Sangeeta Angom (Editor)
Department of Higher and Professional Education,  National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi, India

Alexandra Gerkerova (Editor)
Ushynsky University, Odessa, Ukraine

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: EDU015000

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This book focuses on the challenges of academic teaching in an era of technological advances. The challenges of pedagogy and technology are an important topic in the debates of academic scholars on the instructor’s role in an era of technological progress. Have lecturers become obsolete? Will the classroom become a studio setting in which lectures will be broadcast? What is the role of collaboration in creating a multi-campus virtual university where the best lecturers teach and share their knowledge?

What are the implications of the new options created through the mediation of lecturers’ teaching materials? What are the implications for teaching practice and the learning experience, and what are the social, ethical, moral, and financial implications and the implications for infrastructure and policy-making? The contributing authors, researchers and educators from diverse disciplines and research institutions offer a fresh perspective on the changing face of teaching in higher education and its responses to contemporary challenges.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Technology in Teaching Learning at Indian Higher Education Institutions Prospects and Challenges
(Neeru Snehi, Department of Higher and Professional Education, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi, India)

Chapter 2. Technology Integration in Indian Universities: Teachers’ Perceptions
(Sangeeta Angom, PhD, Department of Higher and Professional Education, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration [NIEPA], New Delhi, India)

Chapter 3. Teachers in a Techno-Integration Era: Exploration of Indian Higher Education
(Renu Yadav, Department of Education, Central University of Haryana, India)

Chapter 4. Open Online Courses in Higher Education of Russia and Israel
(Boris E. Starichenko and Roman Yavich, Ural State Pedagogical University, Russia, and others)

Chapter 5. Knowledge as Complicated Systems
(V. M. Vyrovoi, M. V. Zavoloka, V.H. Sukhanov and A.R. Gokhman, Odesa State academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Odesa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 6. Organization and Estimation of Students' Self-Guided Work in Studies of Mathematical Analysis
(Olena Оlefir, Tetiana Koval and Oleksandr Gokhman, Associate Professor of the Department of High Mathematics and Statistics, Ushynsky University, Odesa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 7. Peculiarities of Using Computer Technologies in Modern Distance Learning
(E.V. Boyeva, PhD, and Krupenova Tetiana, PhD, Associate Professor of Ukrainian and Foreign Literature Chair, South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, Odessa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 8. The Contribution of Foreign Higher Education Students to the Israeli System of Higher Education
(Alon Menin and Julia Sirotah, PhD, Free International University of Moldova, Chișinău, Moldova, and others)

Chapter 9. Psychological Support for University Students with Disabilities
(O. I. Dorogina, PhD, E. V. Khlystova, PhD, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychophysiology Department, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, and others)

Chapter 10. Communicative Blockers for the Development of Virtual Campuses for Higher Education in Ukraine
(Kateryna Khyzhniak and Oleksandr Khyzhniak, National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 11. Polyethenic Education as a Social-Pedagogical Phenomenon in the System of Continuous Pedagogical Education
(Redkina Ludmila, PhD, Head of the Department of Pedagogics and Management of Educational Institutions, V. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Yalta, Crimea)

Chapter 12. The Pedagogical Instructor’s Professional Profile and Performance According to Standards for Effective Instruction as Perceived by Student Teachers
(Morsiano Yamit, Pedagogical Instructor, Israel, and others)

Chapter 13. Lecturer’s Voice: Communicative Value
(Tetiana Yeremenko and Anastasiia Yumrukuz, Ushynsky University, Odesa, Ukraine)

Chapter 14. Professional Competence of Future Specialists of International Relations at Ukrainian Universities
(Mariia Klepar, PhD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Primary Education Pedagogy, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ivano-Frankiwsk, Ukraine)

Chapter 15. Reconstruction of the Content of Musical-Pedagogical Education in Ukraine in the Context of Today's Challenges
(Alla Rastrygina, Head of the Department of vocal-choral disciplines and methods of musical education, Art Faculty Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University Volodymyr Vynnychenko, Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine)

Chapter 16. Theoretical Basis for Cross-Cultural Professional Training of Specialists
(Iryna Hrabovska, PhD, Doctoral Student Institute of Vocational Education and Training of
National Academy of Pedagogical Science of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine)

Chapter 17. Innovative Technologies in Modern Pedagogical Process
(Baklanova Natalia, PhD, and Ehnich Angelika, PhD, Associate Professor of World History and Methodology of Science Chair, State Institution “South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushynsky” Odessa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 18. The Role of the Lecturer in the Contemporary Educational Space
(Svetlana Formanova and Tatiana Bosaya, Doctor of Philology, Professor of Ukrainian Language Chair, Odessa Mechnikov National University Odessa, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 19. Literary Chat Forum as a Form of Extracurricular Work
(Gerkerova Alexandra, PhD, Associate Professor of Germanic Philology and Methodology of Foreign Languages teaching Chair, South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University, Ukraine)

Chapter 20. Israeli Higher Education in the Global Network: Prospects and Threats
(Sarah Guri-Rosenblit, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel)

Chapter 21. The Use of Assistive Technologies for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education
(N. Borozinets and E. Filipovich, North-Caucasian Federal University, Stavropol, Russia)

Chapter 22. A New Seminar on Practical Aspects of Structural Design and Construction in Seismic Regions
(I. Iskhakov and Y. Ribakov, Department of Civil Engineering, Ariel University, Ariel, Israel)

Chapter 23. Factors Affecting the Decision Process of Selecting an Academic Conference
(Nitza Davidovitch and Eyal Eckhaus, Head of Quality Assessment and Promotion of Teaching and Head of Teacher Training, Ariel University, Israel, and others)

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