EDUCATION AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: ISSUES AND PROSPECTS OF THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES IN UNIVERSITIES
Global trends in the development of society, education, science and economy are aimed at the transition to digital transformation. In essence, this means that all processes of social, educational, scientific, entrepreneurial and other activities are completely moving into the digital environment. The development of Russian institutions of higher education requires a transition to digital transformation in all areas of education.
The study provides a theoretical analysis of the issues and prospects of the digital transformation of management and educational processes in universities. Based on an expert survey, options for the digital transformation of the university management system, options for the administrative division of ICT departments and ICT structure of management and educational processes of universities are identified.
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