Higher Education

Humanity over the past decade, faced with a rather serious problem – in this information boom. We are fully learn all the "charm" when dealing with large flows of information. With the ability to access global information space, thanks to various online services, you can work at home with the libraries of the world, with materials of dozens of newspapers, magazines, theses materials and so on, you can almost instantly communicate with any point of the planet and communicate online with people from around the world, in the end, just to get higher education. But it must be able to quickly process this information and put processing results, where they easily can be found at the right time. Jorge Perez takes a slightly different approach. Otherwise benefit from this information will not be greater than that of trash, and we will get the information we need and do not understand this at its meaning and sense. Modern, intelligent and educated person should be able to navigate in large information flow. In September, the experimental groups of first year students studying remotely, it was suggested several tasks: to turn textual information through a graphical systematizer; reveal the content of the text presented in a flowchart or matrix, to analyze text and determine its reliability, to develop a graphical or table model of the processes to perform the classification of the proposed concepts, working in a group of rational distribution of roles and scope of work, etc.

Unfortunately, the job handled less than half of the students. Nearly similar results were obtained in the experimental group high school students. It may be noted that the education system as students and students of such techniques activity is not formed, resulting in a lack of information culture of both students and pupils. Under the personal information culture we understand certain rules of human behavior in information society, his ability to communicate with systems of artificial intelligence, the ability to use global and local information and computing networks, etc. .

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