Distance education in the context of visuality: pro and contra




Ключові слова:

visual culture, distance learning, education, information tech-nologies, visual thinking, visual literacy


The paper analyzes the problem of implementing the achieve- ments of visual culture in distance education. The evolution of the dis- course of visual culture and its speci city in relation to visual studies, which perform special functions in cognition, language, education, art, science, religion, is shown. The main parameters of the relations between visual culture and distance learning as a natural result of the development of the information-digital age are determined. The e ciency of including visual presentations in the variety of their forms in distance learning is substantiated, it is proved that they carry a certain semantic load, make the subject material visible, generate various visual metaphors that form new images and visual schemes, and develop visual literacy.


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