E3S Web Conf.
Volume 403, 2023XII International Scientific and Practical Forum “Environmentally Sustainable Cities and Settlements: Problems and Solutions” (ESCP-2023)
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|Ecological Cycle of the Construction Sector and Integrated Development of the Living Environment
|25 July 2023
Designing a System of Training and Methodology Support for Training Construction Industry Specialists in the Conditions of Digital Economy
Moscow Polytechnic University, 38 Bolshaya Semyonovskaya str., Moscow, 107023 Russia
1 Corresponding author: Korotunon@yandex.ru
The paper presents a concept for designing an information system that provides organisation and support of the educational process. The core of the concept is the individual approach to the formation of students’ educational trajectory. The individual approach is formed automatically on the basis of previous learning results and supposes complexity of the syllabus-grounded educational material, including as well a list of references depending on the factual level of assimilation of the instructional material. The information system concept involves storage and demonstration of course materials as well as third-party data from electronic databases of scientific, reference or educational sources. The system is able to predict the results of current, interim and final assessment in an automated fashion, depending on current results, in order to create additional recommendations for mastering the material and potential grade improvement. The designed system is capable of generating reports on learning outcomes in an automated mode. Such information system is a tool for the realisation of a hybrid form of education.
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