Migration distances in Russia: a demographic profile of migrants
The distance of migration is closely linked to life course events, which are, in turn, marked by age. It serves as a criterion for distinguishing migration from other forms of spatial mobility. This paper aims to calculate the average distance of domestic ...
Geodemography of the Saint Petersburg Suburbs
... Leningrad region — a product of the territory’s development in the Soviet period of Russia’s history. The lengthy process of border formation has given it a peculiar character. The most vibrant and attractive areas of the suburbs are located at a distance of 14—32 km from the centre of Saint Petersburg, between the isochrones of forty- and ninety-minute transport accessibility. Lying at a distance of approximately 60 km from the city centre, the two-hour travel time band marks the border of ...
An innovative approach to increasing the financial literacy of non-economics students
This article explores the enhancement of financial literacy in non-economics students. Current national and international practices of distance learning focusing on financial literacy are analysed. The study proposes an innovative approach to teaching the Money and Money Management gamified distance-learning course to non-economics students. The results of course development and implementation ...
Ethnic identity of students as a determinant of their understanding of other cultural groups
... of a study on the impact of Russian students’ ethnic identity on their social perceptions of students of Chinese, Tajik, Armenian, Kazakh and Russian cultures, emphasizes the dependence of the type of ethnic identity on such a parameter as social distance. Also, the authors provide a list of actions which may contribute to a positive ethnic identity and adequate social perception of members of other cultures, which can diminish a number of interethnic interaction problems.
1. Брушлинский ...
What is a ‘rare’ language in translation? The experience of distance reading
... approach. Springer.
Rebora, S. et al., 2021. Digital humanities and digital social reading. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 36 (Supplement 2), pp. ii230-ii250,
translation, source language, untranslated, distance reading
Bochaver S.J., Tereshko E.V.
The efficiency of applying electronic education technologies at the final stage of preparation for the Unified State Exam in mathematics
Through the case of general educational institutions of the Kaliningrad region, the authors consider the methods for increasing the level of students’ preparation for the Unified State Examination in mathematics through using the system of distance learning for training and monitoring the level of preparation. The authors describe the approach, which makes it possible not only to present the content and function of computer-assisted testing, but also to provide teachers and authorities ...
The application of the hermeneutic technology of remote training the case of the Database course in the framework of Business Informatics bachelor’s programme
Компаративный анализ герменевтической научной методологии // Вестник Томского гос. пед. ун-та. 2010. Вып. 5. С. 32—35.
Nazarov D., Begicheva S.
hermeneutics, information hermeneutics, distance learning, hermeneutics technologies of distance learning, hermeneutical approach to pedagogy, databases.
Distant learning in the Institute of Medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic
... the training is technically dependent and implies that all the lecturers and the students have to be supplied with personal computers with the latest software and the stable high-speed Internet.
medical education, pandemic, distance learning, mind map, abstract, simulation training