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Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University is a higher education institution. The University was established by Kyiv municipal council through reorganization of Kyiv regional Teachers Training Institute named after B. D. Grinchenko. The University belongs to communal property. According to the decision of Kyiv municipal council of 8 October, 2009 Kyiv Municipal Pedagogical University named after B.D. Grinchenko was renamed to Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University and the University's status also changed. The University was transformed from pedagogical profile to a multi-profile classic educational institution, which enabled the University to expand its activities and have more educational majors, ensuring full satisfaction of educational requirements of Kyiv dwellers, meeting the needs of Kyiv and its region. In implementing these tasks the University’s activity is aimed at achieving high standards and becoming an institution of European level.The University consists of six Institutes and 1 university college with more than 8000 students. There are 35 operating departments. The scientific-pedagogical staff at the University includes 49 PhDs, 184 EdSs., 434 teachers. The University offers 10 Master, 12 Specialist and 12 Bachelor level programmes. Each year around 6000 teachers and school principals enhance their skills and get qualified at the University. The University provides PhD and Doctorate training. Wikipedia.

Oleh B.,Ternopil National Economic University | Vasyl T.,Lviv Polytechnic | Cristina B.,Precarpathian University | Anton M.,Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Proceedings of 13th International Conference: The Experience of Designing and Application of CAD Systems in Microelectronics, CADSM 2015 | Year: 2015

In this paper the developed structure and model based on the theory of Petri nets for telecommunication networks of intelligent building are shown. The model of telecommunication networks for intelligent building is implemented on low-cost single-board computer Raspberry Pi. Developed telecommunication networks is a cheap and functional solution for intelligent buildings. The model of telecommunication networks for intelligent building provides an opportunity to study and carry out a detailed analysis of the processes taking place in it. © 2015 Lviv Polytechnic National University. Source

Kommers P.A.M.,University of Twente | Smyrnova-Trybulska E.,University of Silesia | Morze N.,Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University | Issa T.,Curtin University Australia
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning | Year: 2015

This paper, prepared by an international team of authors focuses on the conceptual aspects: Analyses law, ethical, human, technical, social factors of ICT development, e-learning and intercultural development in different countries, setting out the previous and new theoretical model and preliminary findings of study in the framework of the international project IRNet. In particular, the article describes a WP2: Analyses of legal, ethical, human, technical and social factors of ICT and e-learning development, and the state of intercultural competences in partner countries. The second part of the paper includes data from preliminary research. During the study and analysis of global (international) and local (national) documents as well as university documents tables were prepared which set forth a comparison of different legal, ethical, human, technical, scientific and social factors of ICT and e-learning development, and the state of intercultural competences in several partner countries, for example the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine, Australia in the context of the IRNet project - international research network. Copyright © 2015 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

Morze N.,Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University | Smyrnova-Trybulska E.,University of Silesia | Umryk M.,The National Pedagogical University
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning | Year: 2015

The rapid development of technology and the changing needs of the modern labour market suggest that modern universities have to implement huge changes in the learning-Teaching process. On the other hand, in our lives we witness very quick advent of new technologies to provide students with educational services that are based on the use of ICT - electronic technologies and mobile learning. As a result, many universities are gradually starting to use e-learning and some e-resources in the classroom. Often it happens randomly without proper understanding and support. This article discusses building a model of e-environment of the university, which would take into account the needs of today's students and today's market and would ensure a high level of competitiveness of future specialists in modern conditions of development of the information society as well as support learning opportunities throughout life. Copyright © 2015 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

Morze N.V.,Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University | Glazunova O.G.,National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
CEUR Workshop Proceedings | Year: 2013

The article deals with problems of creation and use of e-learning course for smart education. Structural features, the ratio of form and content of the smart course elements and its properties: individual learning paths, content personification, the use of training elements with links to public information resources, interactive training elements, multimedia, communication and cooperation elements are substantiated. Source

Bodnenko D.,Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
CEUR Workshop Proceedings | Year: 2013

Last decade is characterized by the tendencies of the modern higher school development. This is based on the informatization of education. In this work, basing on didactics of higher school pedagogy a system of psychological and pedagogical characteristics for higher school teachers was created. Psychological, educational requirements for professional competence of university teachers are based on components of pedagogical skills of teachers of higher education institutions and absorb almost all of its functions, duties and skills, but increased usage of ICT determines the specification of the classification system of psychological and educational requirements for information and communication competence of the university teacher. Source

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