Особливості використання імерсивних технологій (віртуальної і доповненої реальності) в медичній освіті та практиці

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https://doi.org/10.26641/1997-9665.2020.3.158-164

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імерсивні технології, віртуальна реальність (VR), доповнена реальність (AR), цифрові компетентності

Анотація

На сучасному етапі предметом досліджень є вивчення особливостей впливу використання імерсивних технологій на якість освітнього процесу. Використовуючи обладнання аудиторій віртуальної реальності Навчально-наукового центру «Інститут біології та медицини» Київського національного університету імені Тараса Шевченка для реалізації імерсивних технологій у сучасному освітньому процесі здобувачі освіти наближуються до вершин професіоналізму в майбутньому. Навчання з використанням імерсивних технологій сприяє формуванню орієнтації на практичну складову освіти, підвищують продуктивність освітнього процесу, посилюють увагу, адаптують швидкість пошуку інформації, підвищують мотивацію, покращують розвиток творчих здібностей та пам’яті, дозволяють комплексно оцінити навчальні досягнення, що, в свою чергу, сприяє забезпеченню якісної, сучасної, наочної та оптимізованої підготовки медичних кадрів.

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