The informative providing of trade education is in industry of physical culture and sport of countries of former soviet spaces.

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15391/snsv.2016-2.019

Keywords:

informative providing, innovations, electronic resources, institutions of higher learning of physical culture and sport, trade education

Abstract

Svistelnyk I. 

Purpose: to investigate the innovative forms of the informative providing of educational process in institutions of higher learning of physical culture and sport of countries: Ukraine, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Moldova, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Uzbekistan, Russian Federation.

Material & methods: content-analysis of web sites and web pages of sporting institutions of higher learning of these countries.

Results: the informative providing of institutions of higher learning of physical culture and sport of Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and RF differs substantially, in spite of the fact that the specific of educating in these educational establishments is identical. Institutions of higher learning of physical culture and sport of Ukraine actively offer the innovative forms of the informative providing − give possibility to the students and teachers to take advantage of e-catalog, electronic repository, virtual bibliographic certificate, electronic delivery of document. Sporting institutions of higher learning of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Russian Federation carry out the informative providing by means of the electronic-library systems, in particular "Znanium.com" and "Rukont". The system "Rukont" is erected in the grade of the national inter-branch digital resource created on the base of state educational standard and contains the informative resource of different family: books, magazines, separate articles, and also audio, video data, multimedia. Collection of electronic versions of editions of electronic-library systems "Znanium.com" unites books, magazines, articles grouped on thematic and having a special purpose signs. The unique institute of higher of Republic of Moldova does not give electronic informative services, but uses the traditional forms of the informative providing by means of catalogues and card library indexes.

Conclusions: higher educational establishments of physical culture and sport of countries of Ukraine, Belarus, RF, Moldova, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, in spite of general specific of preparation of skilled specialists, carry out different informative support of educational process. Ukraine is oriented on the European system of the informative providing, forms electronic repository are archives of storage, accumulation and providing of open access to the results of the scientific researches conducted in educational establishment. The institutes of higher of physical culture and sport of Byelorussia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and RF are used by the so-called electronic-library systems on the base of state educational standard, and the informative providing carries out the sporting institute of higher of Moldova by the traditional forms of informing, not giving the users of the opened access to the electronic informative resources.

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2016-04-30

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