Dissemination of knowledge potential in the e-learning process

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Lviv Politechnik National University
Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University
Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks
Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University

The key terms in the process of knowledge management and knowledge potential are analyzed. Groups of internal and external factors affecting knowledge potential are indicated. The factors of influence on the choice of electronic educational resources are highlighted. The interaction of participants in the educational process is depicted shematically, particularly in communities of the electronic educational environment. The list of probabilistic selection rules for choosing a source of knowledge and learning is given. The model of dynamics of dissemination of knowledge potential, taking into account the flow of knowledge from source to agent, is indicated. Modeling is described in the form of a generalized diffusion model of processes of redistribution of knowledge potential during e-learning, taking into account the replenishment of the source of knowledge. The influence of electronic educational resources on the replenishment of the teacher's knowledge, which transfers knowledge to students within a certain community, is given. The general structure of the process of formation of knowledge potential during e-learning, indicating sources of knowledge, factors of influence on participants of the educational process is shown, the processes of replenishment, transfer, and redistribution of knowledge are indicated.

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