More than two thousand students from RANEPA branches attended online lectures of the Moscow campus
The Presidential Academy regularly launches promising educational projects using modern interactive technologies. They are aimed at further development and digital transformation of the educational process at the Academy. For example, a project for online broadcasting of lectures of the Moscow campus of the Academy to the branch network of RANEPA was launched in the 2020/21 academic year.
By the order of the Academy management in the academic year 2020/2021 the RANEPA Directorate for Support of Unified Educational Programs launched the first ever project featuring online broadcasts of lectures to the branch network with integration into the academic curriculum of the participating branches.
The broadcasts of the Moscow campus lectures were attended by
2,235 students from 22 branches. Lectures were given in nine disciplines in the following fields of training: law, state and municipal administration, economics (profile groups II and III).
On June 22, in order to acknowledge the coordinated work of the teaching staff of the Moscow campus and the Academy’s branch network within the framework of the Conference of Scientific and Pedagogical Employees, RANEPA Rector Vladimir Mau awarded commendations to the staff of a number of the Moscow campus institutes: EMIT, IPACS, ILNS and ISS. Personal acknowledgements were also awarded to the teachers of the aforementioned institutes, a number of participating branches, as well as other Academy staff members involved in project support.
In his speech, the rector noted that the project was an important tool for creating a unified educational and digital space within the Academy.
In the new academic year, the project will continue and will be scaled up: lectures will be delivered in 16 disciplines for students from 32 branches of the Presidential Academy.