The educational crisis in today's information and digital society



Palabras clave:

digital education, information society, crisis of traditional education, modern challenges.


The aim of the study is to analyze the traditional education crisis and highlight the benefits and opportunities of digitalizing educational activities. The main methodology applied in this research is a review of current literature, as well as the experiences of teachers and students. The results show that the development of modern information and digital technologies, and their widespread use worldwide, significantly affect the production of goods and services, scientific work, educational processes, cultural traditions, and social relations. The obtained results underscore the fundamental basis of the educational crisis issue in the information-digital society and distance education research in particular. The need to transform the educational industry by incorporating Internet technologies into the educational process represents a significant challenge for educators, especially in terms of overcoming the educational crisis caused by the urgent need to transition to distance learning. Under the influence of the latest digital technologies, significant configuration processes are observed in public development of a global nature.

Biografía del autor/a

Olena Yemelyanova, Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine.

PhD in Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Germanic Philology Faculty of Foreign Philology and Social Communications Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine.

Nataliia Bakhmat, Kamianets-Podіlskyi National Ivan Ohiienko University, Ukraine.

PhD hab. (Education), Professor at the Department of Elementary Education Theory and Methods, vice-dean of scientific activity of Pedagogical Faculty Kamianets-Podіlskyi National Ivan Ohiienko University, Ukraine.

Oksana Huda, Lutsk National Technical University, Ukraine.

PhD in Technical Sciences, Associate Professor of Higher Mathematics Lutsk National Technical University, Faculty of Transport and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Physics and Higher Mathematics, Ukraine.

Tetiana Shvets, Private school of Athens in Kyiv, Ukraine.

PhD in Pedagogical Sciences, Deputy Director for Scientific and Methodological Work Private school of Athens in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Alla Boichuk, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ukraine.

PhD in Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Foreign Languages Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ukraine.


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Cómo citar

Yemelyanova, O. ., Bakhmat, N. ., Huda, O. ., Shvets, T. ., & Boichuk, A. . (2023). The educational crisis in today’s information and digital society. Revista Eduweb, 17(2), 267–284.




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