Information support of e-learning: ukrainian challenges and cases during the war
University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
Sumy State University
Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide de Gasperi w Józefowie
Lublin University of Technology
Data nadesłania: 27-11-2023
Data akceptacji: 06-12-2023
Data publikacji: 18-12-2023
Autor do korespondencji
Marta Bojaruniec   

Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide de Gasperi w Józefowie
JoMS 2023;54(Numer specjalny 5):338-354
The work is devoted to the description of the e-learning environment as an element of the information system for ensuring the activities of the university. The relationship between the processes of building a digital economy and digitalization of the educational system is shown. During 2019-2022 there was a certain evolution from classroom learning, to distance learning synchronous and asynchronous learning. Based on bibliometric analysis, it is possible to formulate the purpose of the article: a description of a student-oriented university information system and an asynchronous e-learning system.

Material and methods:
The information base for this study is based on scientific articles, monographs by Ukrainian and foreign authors and the authors' own empirical research. The main method of the study was bibliometric analysis using the VOSviewer software tool to analyze the relationships between different categories and build maps to visualize the interconnectedness between them in publications indexed by the Scopus database.

The information system for organizing the educational activities of the university includes autonomous blocks, which at the same time are important links in the process of ensuring the quality of e-learning. The e-learning environment, including asynchronous, requires not only content creation, but also organizational and technical support for online, blended, or remote learning.

An effectively organized e-learning system will create an effective environment in which the goals of sustainable development will be achieved through the provision of quality education and the achievement of economic growth. The use of various types of distance learning can be useful for other countries under certain circumstances regarding movement restrictions.

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