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DateDate: 17-08-2018, 06:22

Until recently, students had to carry dozens of books, manually write term papers and diplomas, shovel half libraries to find the necessary literature and, again, rewrite the necessary information. Now the books can be downloaded to a tablet or laptop, the text is typed in Word, which will also check the errors, and a page with the necessary information - to select or photograph not the phone. But progress does not stand still, and every day more and more advanced technologies come to the aid of students.
ONLINE EDITORS. Of course, Word corrects errors, but only grammatical and punctuation (and the latter at a very primitive level). And in order to check the stylistics, you can contact online editors. With the Russian language will consult "Orthogramm", with English - Grammarly. With the Ukrainian it is more difficult, the site ukr-mova.in.ua can help here. But its opportunities so far leave much to be desired.
And for those who want to know why it is necessary to write this way, and not otherwise, on the network work reference, which in combination are a repository of rules and a chat room with answers from philologists.
INTERACTIVE BOARDS AND TABLES. Interactive displays have made static reality more dynamic and vibrant. For example, NovoTouch creates special desks and boards, with which even a preschooler can work. Students of such technologies help to create team projects, use visualization in presentations, and, in general, make learning more diverse and exciting.
ADDITIONAL REALITY. Augmented reality is what makes interesting not only a trip to the museum, but also a lecture on abstract concepts. Despite the fact that in education, augmented reality is still rarely used, there are already a number of very interesting developments.
For example, American Karen Srier invented the game, which for several years now tells her students about the famous battle of Lexington. Using the application on the phone, students move around the real battlefield, participate in the battle and independently try to answer questions that still cause controversy among American historians.
SMART CAMPUS. Progress has reached even the premises of educational institutions - although, so far only to the American. Smart campuses are a new approach to the organization of the educational process. The point is that at the entrance to the institute a special device reads information about the student, and the student is immediately sent individual reminders. These are schedules, notifications of credits, and messages from teachers.
ALWAYS ON CONNECTION. Some universities use technology to exchange information between students and teachers in electronic form without access to the Internet. They work on the basis of energy efficient long-range networks.