Analysis of various aspects and state of the distance education system in Russia


The article presents the results of the analysis of various aspects and status of distance learning to identify the positive aspects and disadvantages, problems, and possible solutions to improve the efficiency of the educational process. Distance learning as an educational problem and at the same time as a new form of getting education calls for teachers of a new breed. This is a teacher who constantly supports the distance learner, has a command of distance learning technologies and a pool of techniques and methods, first of all, computer skills. To solve the problem it is necessary to determine the essence of a number of key concepts of distance learning, to reveal the multidimensionality of the problem of its organization, to analyze the foreign and domestic experience of training teachers for distance learning and plan the ways of preserving and upscaling the human, scientific, educational and material potential accumulated by the domestic system of education, to apply the existing and prospective means of new information technologies.

About the authors

A. I. Belousov

Samara State Aerospace University

Author for correspondence.

Doctor of Science (Engineering)

Professor of the Department of Construction and Design of Aircraft Engines

Russian Federation

T. V. Gromova

Samara State University of Economics


Doctor of Education, Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages

Russian Federation


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