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Title Using web-based learning materials for enhancing graduate students' performance in ESP course
Authors Mulina, Nataliia Ihorivna  
Keywords вища освіта
высшее образование
higher education
аспіранти
аспиранты
graduate
інформаційні технології
информационные технологии
information technology
комп'ютерні технології
компьютерные технологии
computer technology
Type Conference Papers
Date of Issue 2014
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/37968
Publisher Sumy State University
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Citation Mulina, N.I. Using web-based learning materials for enhancing graduate students' performance in ESP course [Текс] / N.I. Mulina // Електронні засоби та дистанційні технології для навчання протягом життя : тези доповідей X Міжнародної науково-методичної конференції, м. Суми, 13–14 листопада 2014 р. – Суми : Сумський державний університет, 2014. – С. 18-19.
Abstract Development of information and computer technologies has revolutionized the life of people; and their impact on higher education can be hardly overestimated. Synchronous and asynchronous communication tools, e-learning, distance teaching/learning, Open Educational Resources, digital repositories, etc. are at educationalists' disposal to provide modern and high-quality education.
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