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Wednesday, May 12

Workshop 'New Frontiers in High-Dimensional Probability and Applications to Machine Learning'

Deadline for registration is April 10, 2021 

Illustration for news: Teach for HSE Helps Lecturers Apply 3D Modeling to Teaching

Teach for HSE Helps Lecturers Apply 3D Modeling to Teaching

In December, the Teach for HSE project held the master class ‘From Photography to 3D-Model: 3D-Modeling Technology in Teaching and Project Activity’ for HSE lecturers. The master class was delivered online by Iliana Ismakaeva, lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at HSE – Perm and winner of the spring competition of the Fund for Educational Innovation.

Illustration for news: ‘Students Lack the Ability to Organise Themselves’

‘Students Lack the Ability to Organise Themselves’

Russian students are not particularly independent or self-disciplined. A recent study shows that this has been one of the problems with the transition to remote learning. Researchers presented their findings at the Sociology of Online Learning session of the international eSTARS conference held at the Higher School of Economics in partnership with the Coursera global platform. In an interview, Ulyana Zakharova — session moderator and research fellow at the HSE Centre of Sociology of Higher Education’s Institute of Education — told IQ how students develop their character, teachers stop being translators and remote learning tests everyone’s abilities.

Illustration for news: ‘I Have Already Become Part of the HSE Community, Albeit Remotely’

‘I Have Already Become Part of the HSE Community, Albeit Remotely’

In 2020, prospective students got a new experience: touring and getting to know universities remotely. After passing entrance exams online, many of them are now studying online and have yet to see HSE University in person. We asked Aiganym Daupbayeva, first-year student of the HSE and University of London Double Degree Programme in Economics from Kazakhstan about her experience attending HSE virtually. She discussed how to get into HSE and take classes without leaving your home, and why international students choose HSE University.

Illustration for news: ‘ Regulatory Restrictions Result in Hybrid Master’s Degrees That Are Like a Cross between a Rhino and an Elephant ’

‘ Regulatory Restrictions Result in Hybrid Master’s Degrees That Are Like a Cross between a Rhino and an Elephant ’

The COVID-19 epidemic has clearly shown how important digital competencies are for students — both in their studies and in everyday life. Master’s degree students, many of whom combine work with study, can give a detailed account of which IT skills employers expect. The question is how to teach those competencies and how a ‘digitalised’ master’s degree should look. HSE Institute of Education Research Fellow Daria Shcheglova discussed this question with IQ at the Digital Transformation in Higher Education — Modern Trends session of the eSTAR Conference that HSE University hosted in partnership with the Coursera global platform.

Illustration for news: HSE University Course in Programming Ranks Among the Top 5 Coursera Courses of the Year in Russia

HSE University Course in Programming Ranks Among the Top 5 Coursera Courses of the Year in Russia

Coursera has listed the most popular courses in 2020 among users from Russia. ‘Basics of Programming in Python’ by HSE Unviersity is among the top five.

Illustration for news: From Games to Models and Cases: New Tools for Online Learning

From Games to Models and Cases: New Tools for Online Learning

According to HSE Director for eLearning Evgenia Kulik, by introducing modern gaming software, virtual simulators, scenario tests, and VR components into online courses, ‘HSE is actively developing new forms of teacher-student interaction in online courses to increase student engagement, motivation, and the quality of education.’

Illustration for news: Registration for HSE's Optional Courses of the Second Semester Open for Everyone

Registration for HSE's Optional Courses of the Second Semester Open for Everyone

On December 17, registration for open optional courses will start on the HSE online education platform. All courses will be online and open to everyone, regardless of age and level of education.

Illustration for news: Online Games for the Virtual Classroom: Instructors Learn New Tools in Workshops Hosted by Teach for HSE

Online Games for the Virtual Classroom: Instructors Learn New Tools in Workshops Hosted by Teach for HSE

In early December, Teach for HSE, a programme aimed at helping HSE instructors expand their teaching methods and skills, held a series of master classes on how to integrate online games into one’s teaching. The master class was led by winners of the spring competition held by the Fund for Educational Innovation, and it was open to instructors of all HSE campuses.

Illustration for news: ‘In Order Not to Lose Out in the Global Market, We Need to Cultivate Our National Competitors’

‘In Order Not to Lose Out in the Global Market, We Need to Cultivate Our National Competitors’

Among the wide range of issues considered at the VII global conference on new educational technologies, EdCrunch On Demand, two topics were highlighted: the development of the education system during the pandemic and the further improvement of the competitiveness of Russian higher education. Conference participants concluded that the future of education lies in a combination of online and offline studies, that it is necessary to invest in different types of universities, and that universities will have to compete with start-ups and large corporations.

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.