Digital University, Student ‘S Digital Footprint, Digital Education Currency in the System of Modern Higher Education
Svetlana V. Veretekhina, Sergey V. Krapivka, Olga I. Kireeva
The article analyzes the Russian and foreign experience of creating and operating a student's digital portfolio. An overview of e-learning in the United Kingdom, Singapore, Gambia, the European Union, the Republic of Kazakhstan, and Russia. The requirements of the Government's Digital economy program and the Roadmap for the Digital educational ecosystem of the Russian Federation are defined. Criteria for evaluating undergraduate and graduate students are defined. The steps for the transition to a Single digital educational ecosystem in Russia are described. Criteria for evaluating undergraduate and graduate students are defined. The steps for the transition to a Single digital educational ecosystem in Russia are described. The importance of human capital is determined using the example of Singapore. The concepts of digital educational currency, smart contacts, a unified authorization system using biometrics, the significance of a student's cognitive skills, digital mentor, digital HR, etc. are defined. The necessity of transition to mixed education is determined. This article was prepared as part of a research project on the topic "automated intelligent information management system (aisu) of the digital University. I. Digital Department", implemented with the financial support of the Russian state social University.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 3
Keywords: digital double, Micro-credentials, smart contract, digital educational currency, learning quality assessment, student's digital portfolio, student's digital footprint.