Philosophy of Education and Science in the Context of Digitalization of Society
Keywords:education, science, digitalization, society, informatization
In the field of education and science, changes are taking place at the level of space and time, and digitalization is becoming a key direction for the development of education and science. The aim of the study is to provide a philosophical understanding of the nature of cultural and socio-economic transformations that have a significant impact on Education, Science and society in the digital age. In the article, theoretical and empirical research methods are used. In the results, it was noted that digitalization appears as a key factor in improving the education and science system. In addition to directly affecting the effectiveness of the educational process, digitalization provides a chain of indirect advantages, in particular, optimal use of time for more effective formation of key competencies. In the conclusions summarized that mission of modern education and science is to help everyone feel comfortable in a digital society. Prospects for further research consist in analyzing various aspects of digitalization of scientists’ activities, features of the transition to digital services of professional periodicals and changes in Scientometrics associated with the development of the global digital educational and scientific space.
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