Diversity of educational content — lectures, tests, cases and so on — allows lecturers to keep the student's attention. Sergey Lukashkin, Director of the Digital Technologies in Education Research and Education Center of GSOM SPbU, spoke about this at the forum "The Future of Management Professions: Tech-Reality".
“Using modern tools, including the telephone, clip thinking allows students to quickly assimilate information and develop soft skills. In turn, VR also improves learning efficiency: conversational simulation creates a realistic environment for practicing practical skills. Mixing formats gives the maximum effect on faculty and students,” he said.
The discussion was held as part of the panel discussion "Cases and practices of introducing new technologies in management in trendsetting companies." The experts discussed successful examples of the introduction of new technologies in management activities in various functional areas.
Moderator is Marina Bezuglova, Executive Director, Ipsos. Speakers are Maxim Vedernikov, Business Development Director, Russian Towers Group of Companies, Anna Zakharenkova, Public Relations Director of Sheremetyevo International Airport, Sergey Lukashkin, Director of the Digital Technologies in Education REC GSOM SPbU, Lyubov Malyarevskaya, General Director of JSC Russian Media Group and Mikhail Rybchinsky, Vice President for Sales and Operations of the Sitronics Group.