Grechushkina Nina Vladimirovna
Без ученой степени, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Informatics and Information Technologies, Moscow Polytechnic University (Ryazan institute), grechushkinanv@gmail.com, Ryazan


Introduction. The study of the integration models to embed massive open online courses in the university educational process is relevant due to their active introduction into the system of higher education in Russia and the possibilities they offer to implement the concept of lifelong learning. The choice of the optimal MOOC application model is of great research interest and determines the purpose of this study. Materials and Methods. Analytical and synthetic methods were used when working with domestic and foreign scientific and pedagogical literature on the research problem; in the experimental part of the study, questionnaires and modeling as well as study, comparison and evaluation of educational results of the subjects under test and the results of their questionnaires were used. Results. The analysis of scientific and pedagogical literature and experience of application of massive open online courses provided the basis for the author to develop a classification of models of application of massive open online courses as a component of the educational process of higher school. The article describes the models and the results of their testing in the educational process at a university. Discussion and Conclusion. The results of the probation make it possible to conclude that it is advisable to use the expansion model and the embedding model in the high school educational process. The practical significance of the study is the possibility to use its materials to improve the organization of the educational process which includes using e-learning tools. The article may be of interest to teachers and researchers in the field of application of massive open online courses in education.
online course, massive open online course, MOOC, integration, integration models, higher education

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