ISSN 2409-7616

B. Sekinaeva


Bella S. Sekinaeva – senior lecturer, chair of algebra and geometry, faculty of mathematics and information technology North-Ossetian State University named after K.L. Khetagurov (Russia, Vladikavkaz), E-mail:

Abstract. The priority directions of the information society are not only the development of new information technologies, but also the formation of the end-user readiness for successful and purposeful use of Internet resources, the ability to critically evaluate information, analyze it, process, store and further use it. Issues of the progression of the information society, and, mainly, the place of a person in such a society, today are the subject of research by scientists from various scientific fields. Among these questions, the most relevant is the skill of rational and effective selection of information; understanding and formulating the need for relevant information; objective assessment of the accuracy and reliability of the processed information; selection, filtering, critical analysis, information layout; systematization, generalization, structuring and interpretation of the final volume of information; search for new ways to transfer, present and use information as one’s own knowledge; preparation of information products and their presentation to other users for solving various problems.

Keywords: society informatization, information literacy, information and communication technologies, Internet resources, media resources, information media products and systems.



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