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Illustration for news: Dmitry Abbakumov: Data from Online Educational Platforms Can Be Useful Both for Students and Teachers

Dmitry Abbakumov: Data from Online Educational Platforms Can Be Useful Both for Students and Teachers

On the one hand, the transition to online learning has brought new opportunities. On the other, it has raised several critical questions that are essential for evidence-based education. The pandemic has only made these issues all the more acute. The problems of online education were discussed at the recent eSTARS conference, which was organized by HSE University together with Coursera. Dmitry Abbakumov, Head of the HSE Centre for Computational Educational Sciences, shared his perspective on the matter.

Illustration for news: New Opportunities for International Applicants: Get to Know HSE University Online

New Opportunities for International Applicants: Get to Know HSE University Online

The universal transition to online learning has opened new opportunities for international applicants to get to know HSE University. Below, Deputy Vice Rector Marina Kozak outlines the programmes and opportunities available at HSE that help applicants choose an educational track and assess their capabilities.

Illustration for news: Key Takeaways of eSTARS: Higher Digital Education

Key Takeaways of eSTARS: Higher Digital Education

Students need digital skills, both in life and in their future work. But many universities are not yet ready to provide students with them, despite the current circumstances in which universities have had to transition to online learning due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The development of online formats has been uneven: there are bright leaders and the rest modestly ‘stand aside’. They lack resources, confidence in digital education, and a regulatory framework. At the eSTARS International Conference organised by HSE University in partnership with Coursera, experts discussed the challenges of digitalisation in higher education.

Illustration for news: Home Study or Home Suffering? Lessons of the Pandemic for Primary and Secondary Education

Home Study or Home Suffering? Lessons of the Pandemic for Primary and Secondary Education

Online learning for schoolchildren — a temporary solution authorities have implemented due to the COVID-19 epidemic — has generated a lot of heated debate. Families worry about the quality and outcomes of online learning, and teachers worry about the excessive workload. School heads have their own headache about how to organise the remote learning. A year has passed since the start of the pandemic, and students have been attending their classes online since March — it is already possible to take stock and look at the situation in a comprehensive and impartial manner, which is what a team of HSE researchers has done. Here are the main results of their study and their proposed solutions to the most pressing problems.