Higher Education Quality Management in Virtual Space of a Regional Higher Educational Institution

Oleg M. Barbakov, Marina L. Belonozhko, Svetlana S. Siteva

Abstract


Nowadays it becomes highly urgent to promote educational services of a higher educational institution since its specialization is of great importance for the economy of a province. This is especially true for the oil and gas university, which trains specialists for oil and gas industry, i.e. the pillar of the Tyumen regional economy. The specific character of the geography of Russia – diversity of climatic conditions, great area, also requires specific ways of training, such as distance learning and diversity of programs and syllabi. The article provides a substantiation of the methodology for social experiment in virtual space, which allows identifying the main alternative in the formulation and resolution of administrative tasks on issues of quality management in higher education in the regional higher educational institution by means of new automated information technologies; by choosing the most effective ones and introducing the results of the management into the real life practice of modern society. The authors suggest their version of use of the new technology of pattern recognition in the formulation and solution of the problem of increase in quality of education in the regional higher educational institution and in the creation of informational sociological proving grounds as an informational base when carrying out the experiment with the quality of education in virtual space.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s5p249


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