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K.A. Ziborov, T.A. Pismenkova, S.A. Fedoriachenko, I.V. Verner (2016). On Communicative Competences as a Satisfactory Solution for Masters in Engineering. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 7. doi:10.2412/mmse.25.82.979
Authors: K.A. Ziborov, T.A. Pismenkova, S.A. Fedoriachenko, I.V. Verner
ABSTRACT. The paper provides the analytical observe of the Ukrainian educational process and its problems, occurred while integrating into European educational environment. Several challenges, which has been illustrated in the paper shoe, that a new approach for Masters trainee is necessary. The first one in the remote access to scientific databases and educational services and the second is the necessity to teach the Maters communication technologies. The second challenge is a great gap in today’s education in Ukraine amongst the majority of educational fields.
Keywords: education, Master program, remote access to knowledge base, communicative competences
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