EСO-Environment of the Information—Analytical System of Scientific Personnel Training as a Means of Open Science
Keywords:Eco-Environment, Information-Analytical System, Engineering Software, Physics, Scientific Personnel Training
The changes in the system of higher engineering education (HEE), the development of the scientific vector of STEM and the demands of Industrial Revolution 4.0 determines the revision of the concept of Scientific Personnel Training (SPT) of engineering direction. It is important to modernize the content of such education and of focus on meeting stakeholders in the context of open science. Methodologically substantiated principles of the construction information-analytical system (IAS) in integration software engineering with scientific approaches to teaching in physics, will adequately affect the level of quality organization of the research in open science using the proposed ECO‑environment of IAS for SPT. The purpose of SPT, based on the fundamentalization of the practical logic and of the provisions of transdisciplinary, systematic, competency and synergetic approaches is to provide subjects of scientific education with methodological tools for solving research problems in specific knowledge areas. At the transdisciplinary level, taking into account the concepts of STEM and open science justified adaptive of the methodology of constructing the transdisciplinary IAS; the terminological is systematized; the adaptive processes of in ECO environment are revealed; the trajectory of development of transdisciplinary competence of applicants of scientific education is substantiated.
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