Digital Technologies of Learning Foreign Languages in Postgraduate Education

Obrazek miniatury
Tolochko, Svitlana
Voitovska, Oksana
Deda, Ruslana
Kolesnyk, Tetiana
Tytuł czasopisma
Tytuł tomu
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
In the European Union, by 2025, it is planned to create a single European educational space. It means that knowledge of English is of vital importance for representatives of all professions and for teachers in particular. According to the research, teachers’ English language proficiency is on a rather low level. Digital technologies can help to improve the situation. Today, there are many opportunities on the Internet to learn a foreign language using Youtube, blogs, podcasts, where many content has already been generated. The Blended Learning Concept of Foreign Languages is being developed using the online platform “Lingva Skills” for language training specialists at universities. Thanks to digital technologies, knowledge and content become public, helping to align hierarchies previously based on knowledge and focus instead on skills and intelligence. For deep and comprehensive learning, it is worth using digital technologies that promote more intensive and better assimilation of foreign languages.
Słowa kluczowe
digital technologies , language proficiency , innovation , communication , blended learning , the Internet , postgraduate education
Edukacja – Technika – Informatyka nr 1(27)/2019, s. 224–231