information day was held in the framework of which Professor Andrii Biloshchytskyi,
Head of the Chair of Information Systems and Technologies Department. the
students were told about the progress of Erasmus + Program implementation in
KA2: Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education, the dComFra – Digital
Competence Framework for Ukrainian teachers and other citizens, and about the
project objectives, namely:
Ukrainian framework for digital competences for educators and citizens based on
the European Framework for Digital Competences for Educators and Citizens;
Ukrainian national digital network. With the participation of Ukrainian
partners, create the basis of the network. With the involvement of European
partners, gain experience of national networks of European countries;
Build the dComFra
infrastructure and tools: create digital competence centers with a suite of
necessary software and equipment for the practical implementation of a
project-oriented approach; create and manage a distance learning structure; to
prepare several special groups of citizens (IDPs and IDP veterans); to
establish centers of the Ukrainian National Digital Network; to create a
distance education platform to enhance the qualifications of school teachers
and teachers of vocational education institutions and all concerned population
From September 9 to September 12, 2019, trainings of representatives of
partner universities of the project “Digital Competence Framework for Ukrainian
Teachers and Other Citizens” (598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP) were held
at the University Politehnica of Bucharest. The training was attended by the
staff of DonNTU Professor Olga Dmitrieva, Assistant Professor Natalia
Kostyukova, Head of the Information and Computing Center Natalia Chenikalova.
The training was devoted to acquaintance with the digital competences
used in Romania and the organization of distance learning courses on the Moodle
platform, the features of the use of this platform in university education. The reports of
Romanian colleagues on data security in cloud storage, the creation of digital textbooks
and online manuals, and the evolution of educational standards were interesting
addition, the training participants had the opportunity to visit university
laboratories and units: the Center for Advanced Research on New Materials,
Products and Innovative Processes (CAMPUS), the 3D Printing and Virtual Reality
From 9 to 12 September, representatives of the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics take part in the next training from Erasmus+ “Framework of digital competencies for Ukrainian teachers and other citizens”, which takes place at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest in Romania.
NURE delegation consisting of Vice-Rector on International Cooperation Murad Omarov and lecturers of the Department of Systems Engineering, with the Head of Department Igor Grebennyk learned from the experience of the Romanian colleagues in the teaching of digital technology, with features of European and Romanian national programs on the mastery of digital competences, and also visited educational and research laboratories of Romanian universities.
Also, during the training representatives of the University of Radio Electronics discussed with colleagues the issues of training bachelors and masters in the field of information technology for the needs of the modern European labour market.
On September 10, 2019, the Donetsk National Technical University hosted
a workshop “dComFra
Project: possibilities for
teachers”, which was held within the framework of the
Competence Framework for Ukrainian Teachers and Other Citizens (dComFra)”.
The event was attended by 18 people: representatives of the city
department of education, teachers of Pokrovsky Pedagogical College and DonNTU.
During the event, Yevgen Bashkov told about the purpose of the project and the plan of its
implementation. He also outlined the structure of the digital competency
framework used in Europe and the plans to develop such a framework for
Ukrainian teachers and citizens.
In addition, a survey was conducted at the seminar to determine what IT
teacher has knowledge of, how he / she receives them, what subjects he / she
teaches, and what level of knowledge he / she should impart to students.
to the results of the survey, it is planned to hold thematic training courses
for teachers, aimed at using the acquired knowledge in the practical activity
of the teacher.
On September the 5th 2019, the Memorandum on the creation of the
Ukrainian National Digital Coalition “Digital Transformation Coalition”
was signed at the “Ukrinform” news agency in Kyiv.
Office Ukraine and the PO “Ukrainian Association of Information
Technology Professionals” were selected as a coordinating partners.
Vice-Rector for Innovative Corporate Work and Administration Vasyl
Rossikhin and Head of Systems Engineering Igor Grebennik attended From
our University in the signing ceremony of the Memorandum
The main objective of the Digital Transformation Coalition is to consolidate and coordinate the initiatives and efforts of all partners in the field of digital development and integration of Ukraine into the European Digital Space (EU Digital Unified Market).
The main directions of cooperation of the partners of the National Coalition are:
- Creation and development of appropriate infrastructure for acquiring and improving the digital skills of youth and society as a whole in order to increase the employment rate of the population and the effective use of digital opportunities;
- Harmonization with the Digital Agenda and the Digital Unified Market of the European Union;
- Improving access to digital infrastructure and the Internet;
- Integration of digital technologies into production processes, or digitization of industry;
- Promoting the digital development of settlements and regions;
- Digitalization of science, development of Ukrainian e-infrastructures;
- Promoting the development of creative industries, cybersecurity systems and other areas of Ukraine’s digital transformation;
- Developing international cooperation in the field of digital technology development and digital skills.
National Coalition established under the initiative of the projects working group within the Funding Program: European Neighborhood Instrument (Erasmus +: CA2 CBHE) dComFra (Digital competence framework for ukrainian teachers and other citizens) 598236-EPP-1 -2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP.
In July, the Carinthian University of Applied Sciences (Villach, Austria) hosted trainings for participants in the Digital Competence Framework for Ukrainian Teachers and Other Citizens (598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP), The lecturers of DonNTU took part in the work: Rector Yaroslav Lyashok, Professor Yevgen Bashkov and Associate Professor Natalya Kostyukova.
During the trainings, representatives of the Austrian University acquainted the participants with the pedagogical and didactic concepts and their implementation in the Austrian education system, existing in Austria digital competence frameworks for citizens and educators. Austrian colleagues also shared their experience in the internationalization of education, spoke about academic mobility programs, Erasmus + projects. It was interesting to get acquainted with the work of the didactic center of the University, principles of support for digital learning, new curricula and methods in the field of computer science. Also it was very interesting to visit the Smart Lab in Klagenfurt and the location of Infineon Technologies AG, the world leader in semiconductor solutions.
On September 5, 2019, the information day was held at the Donetsk
National Technical University within the framework of the project activities
598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP “Digital Competence Framework for
Ukrainian Teachers and Other Citizens” (dComFra) DComFra Project: Challenges
27 employees of DonNTU took part in the event,
including teachers, employees of the information-computer center, engineers.
the event, project manager Yevgen Bashkov spoke about the purpose of the
project, the plan for its implementation and the project envisaged for the
creation of the Ukrainian Digital Coalition. In addition, Yevgen described the
structure of the digital competency framework used in Europe and the plans to
develop such a framework for Ukrainian teachers and citizens, which is also the
aim of the project.
On July 10, 19, in cooperation with the Small
Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, a visiting information day was held by
Professor Onishchenko Andriy Mykhailovych, Professor at the Department of
Information Systems and Technologies, at the scientific camp of Kyiv region on
the border with the city of Bila Tserkva. Andriy Mikhalovich spoke about the
work of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies of Taras
Shevchenko National University of Kyiv on international projects with China and
Europe. He spoke about the progress of implementation of the Erasmus + program
in the direction of KA2: Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education,
the project “dComFra – Digital Competence Framework for Ukrainian teachers
and other citizens”.
8 July in the Austrian city of Villach started the training for the participants of the project Erasmus +, which was attended by a delegation of the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, headed by the Rector, Professor Valerii Semenets.
On May 22, 2019, at the Faculty of Computer Science and Technology,
information seminars were held to disseminate the knowledge acquired by the
DonNTU teachers during numerous trainings. During the seminars, the teachers of
the Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, Professor Olga Dmitrieva
and Associate Professor Natalya Kostyukova, told the participants about the content of the trainings
held at the University of Vytautas Magnus (Kaunas, Lithuania) and at the Czech University of Life Science (Prague).
In her speech, Natalya Kostyukova spoke about the strategy of forming digital skills of the
population in Lithuania and Europe, educational programs for improving the
digital skills of teachers, the work of the Lithuanian National Digital
Olga Dmitrieva’s presentation was dedicated to the experience of the
Testing Center at the Czech University of Life Science and the strategy of digital skills
formation in the Czech Republic. She thoroughly and vividly described the
experience of the Czech Republic and the possibilities of its use in DonNTU in
the framework of the project implementation.
17 faculty members and staff participated in the seminars.