Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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Psychological Aspects of the Organization
of the Distance Learning
Serge S. Azarov, Olga V. Makyeyev
Institute of Applied InformaticsDistance learning absorbs in itself almost all modern forms and methods of the tradition learning process, but "distance" or remoteness bear in a context of learning process completely new accents "without the contact". To recognise and to take into account these accents in conditions of the future "Global information society". It is a very important problem, because all modern new methods of the organisation of the learning process are directed on the permanent decrease of a degree of the direct participation of the teacher in learning process and transference of accents on the self-education. We see two ways of the decrease of manifestations "without the contact", namely:
Increase of the efficiency of information interfaces using effects of "attachment" and "full immersing", which are characteristic for systems of a virtual reality;
Organisation of the active feedback and modification of the concept of the control of learning process results as subsystems of diagnostics and testing of a degree of the perception of an investigated material.

This article purpose is the holistic view of the psychological aspects of the distance learning, which is based on the theory of the distance learning.

Basis Positions of the Theory of the Distance Learning

According to traditional definition the binary teaching -- learning process is active interaction of a pupil with the teacher, in which the concrete conscious purpose is reached. This purpose was formed as a result of concrete needs: mastering by the certain knowledge and methods of their application.


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