Republic of Korea, Dangguk University
USA, Vermont, Middlebury College
Japan, Kyoto, Kyoto Sangyo University
Georgia, Batumi, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University
Russia, Moskow, Russian New University «ROSNOU»
Italy, Bologna, Bologna University
FUND «International Virtual Scholarly Educational Center» NGО

X International virtual forum Dangguk University, Cheonan, Republic of Korea
28-30 September 2018

IMAGES OF RUSSIAN STUDIES IN VIRTUAL INFORMATION SPACE


The virtual conferences held in the past eight years:

  1. Geo-cultural Space: Smart-technologies in Education and Social Environment, 30.06.2017 -05.07.2017, Batumi, Georgia
  2. Humanitarian Aspects in Geo-Cultural Space, 1-6 October 2016, Istanbul, Turkey
    http://www.journals.istanbul.edu.tr/iuarts/issue/view/5000018129
  3. Sociocultural and Philological Aspects in Educational and Scientific Context, International Virtual Forum, Kyoto University, Japan, 25-29 September 2014 
    http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/english/school/location.html
  4. The Planet ‘Russian Language’ in Virtual Linguistic Communicative Space, International Virtual Congress on Russian Studies and Culture, Armenia, Italy, US, South Korea, Linguistic Centre CLA, Forli, Italy 2012 http://mesi.cliro.unibo.it
  5. The Crossing of Cultures, International Educational Summit. Discussion Seminar and Workshop of Heads of the Russian Language Faculties on the webinar, 14 October 2011
    www.mesi.amwww.mesi.ruwww.Rurik.sewww.russian.mir , www.russian.de
  6. Education Technologies in Virtual Linguistic Communicative Space, Middlebury College, Vermont, US 2011
    http://middlebury.edu/mesiv/files/2014/01/
  7. Information and Communication Technologies in Russian Studies: Status Quo and Prospects, Yerevan 2010
  8. Informative Educational Space: International Planet ‘Russian Language’, Yerevan 2009
  9. Educational Cultural Space in CIS and Europe: Information Technologies in Teaching Russian for Non-linguists., Yerevan 2008
The findings of the virtual forums have been published in the collective monographs, textbooks, article and have been shared among the universities (through lectures, seminars, webinars, etc.)