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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Nikiforova
Development and Analysis of New Forms in Acquaintance of Children with Musical Culture Based on Web Technologies
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
In today's world, most routine tasks are shifted onto the shoulders of

machines and information systems. Professions associated with monotonous and

predictable actions are gradually disappearing and allowing people to pay

attention to more creative professions.

So the profession of business informatics undoubtedly entails the need to

use previous professional experience and study the specific details of business

to analyze and design information systems, working processes etc. Due to the

huge amount of nuances, it is still impossible to make it automated, fortunately

for the author of this work and his colleagues.

However, as for more standard professions in terms of creativity, they still

remain popular among a large number of people. Especially in the modern

world, there is an opportunity to access millions of pages of information on a

necessary topic. But not all resources are equally useful for learning or

increasing interest in a particular subject.

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