dynamic learning
educational workshop
learning process
higher educational establishments
training platform «Prometheus»

How to Cite

N. M. Shulska, N. M. Matviichuk, Y. V. Hromyk, N. V. Kolenda, and N. Y. Rymar, “ORGANIZING ICT-SUPPORTED WORKSHOPS AT UNIVERSITIES”, ITLT, vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 175–187, Oct. 2017, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v61i5.1814.


The article systematizes theoretical and practical experience of organizing classes in the format of dynamic training using the technology of the workshop in higher educational institutions. The emphasis is placed on the peculiarities of the use of integrated workshops with technical (computer) support during classes, as well as remote workshops for the organization of students’ independent work. The practical experience of organizing dynamic training in the form of the workshop for students of Journalism with the use of both an integrated «training workshop» and the possibilities of a free training platform «Prometheus» is presented. Based on the questionnaire of the participants in the training group, the advantages of using the technology of the workshop in the educational process are determined.


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