About Model of Readiness of Students to Use Digital Educational Resources
In research determination of students readiness to use digital educational resources in professional activity in which the content of their future professional work is reflected is given. Criteria of students readiness to use digital educational resources in professional activity are proved: - requirement to use of digital educational resources in professional activity; - knowledge of digital educational resources and ways of their application in professional activity; abilities of using digital educational resources in professional activity. Levels of students readiness to use digital educational resources in professional activity are proved. Model readiness of students to use digital educational resources.
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