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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kirill Miller
The Model of Smart Service for Control of Student Academic Achievements in Blended Learning
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
In this work, we consider the problems of student’s progress accounting in a blended educational environment and consider the most actual methods of solution of this problem with the help of smart service model. Main goal of this research is revealing feasibility of integrating smart service model in the higher education institutions with the blended educational environment as well as studying the influence of the model on the account of the student's current academic performance. By studying and analyzing the materials of scientific books and periodicals, the advantages, disadvantages and strategies for integrating blended education were noted. Also, the algorithm for building a blended education platform is considered, the architecture of the platform and the levels of interaction between user groups and the technical implementation of this solution are described. In this work describes all advantages and disadvantages for every interested individual. The main policy of developing a model of intelligent services is studied, and the concept of smart education is examined. Study methods of analysis and intellectual analysis of data in education in the context of intelligent education. In the work, a study is being conducted that fixes the opinion among students that the use of various IT systems, properly implemented in combination with constant feedback, will help improve the quality of education. In addition to this, the project solution for creating a smart service system for studying the current academic performance of the student is considered, an interface that visually shows the application's capabilities is reflected. The business model is reflected, allowing to analyze profitability, profitability, level of coverage of the audience. Expected results of the introduction of this model for accounting for current academic performance are given. Variants of application and commercialization of the platform are described.

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