Educational Activities in the Context of the Realities of the Information Society: Problems, Pro-spects


  • Kseniia NIKOLENKO Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs
  • Victoria DOVZHUK Bogomolets National Medical University
  • Tatiana VOROPAYEVA Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
  • Svitlana BOIKO State Scientific Institution “Institute of Education Content Modernization”
  • Olena HONCHARUK Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts



information society, informatization, educational space, ICT technologies, educational environment


The study aims to analyze key trends in the informatization of the educational space and assess further prospects for its functioning in the context of the development of the information society.

The research is based on systematic and comparative analysis and

The process of informatization of education in the context of global processes makes it possible to form a particular online (digital) educational space that eliminates national and territorial differences between states, thereby providing open and fast access to innovative educational resources from all over the world.

ICT educational resources provide an opportunity to address two of the most pressing challenges: to ensure continuity between all levels of education; to gradually address the “gaps” in digital literacy between the young and old generations, thereby realizing one of the essential values recognized by UNESCO - inclusive and continuing education/education throughout life.


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Author Biographies

Kseniia NIKOLENKO, Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs

PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs, Kryvyy Rih Educational and Scientific Institute, faculty №1, Department of Social Humanities and Legal Disciplines Kryvyy Rih, Ukraine.

Victoria DOVZHUK, Bogomolets National Medical University

PhD in Pharmaceutics, Associate Professor of the Department of Organization and Economics of Pharmacy at Bogomolets National Medical University, Pharmaceutical Faculty, Pharmacy Organization and Economics, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Tatiana VOROPAYEVA, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor at the Center for the Ukrainian Studies Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of Philosophy, Center for Ukrainian Studies, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Svitlana BOIKO, State Scientific Institution “Institute of Education Content Modernization”

PhD in Philosophy, Head of the Original Pedagogical Novelty Sector, Department of Innovation Activity, Research and Experimental Work, State Scientific Institution “Institute of Education Content Modernization”, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Olena HONCHARUK, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts

Associate Professor at Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Faculty of Musical Art, Department of Musical Art, Kyiv, Ukraine.


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How to Cite

NIKOLENKO, K., DOVZHUK, V., VOROPAYEVA, T., BOIKO, S., & HONCHARUK, O. (2022). Educational Activities in the Context of the Realities of the Information Society: Problems, Pro-spects. WISDOM, 22(2), 138–151.