Distance learning at TNEU - modern opportunities for knowledge modernization
Now video lectures, open access to study resources, completion of all assignments remotely, and online assessment are not just something from a Hollywood movie, but rather a mode of distance education that is compliant with anti-pandemic restraints.
Quarantine and lack of classroom hours has become a real challenge for all educational institutions and has provoked a search for tools of innovative learning modes. Thanks to the MOODLE platform, which is actively being used by undergraduate and graduate students, as well as teachers of our university, we were able to avoid disrupting the learning process and continue it online.
Currently 1868 training courses have been developed in the TNEU Moodle distance learning system and the number of registered users is 13981. And even now university teachers are working to improve forms and methods of teaching online.