RESEARCH OF MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES’ STUDENTS COMMUNICATIVE ACTIVITY IN SOCIAL NETWORKS
Keywords:higher medical education, social network, Internet, information and communication space
Actuality of the material presented in this paper is caused by need of educational materials implementation in information and communication space. Using social networks as adjuvant in the process of combining methodological and communications areas in student life can positively influence on effectiveness of learning process. There has been lead analysis of visiting web-site which contains methodical materials studied in medical university in that paper and results of questioning students about Internet and social networks usage are given. Directions of further development of students’ involvement in information and communications space are defined.
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