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N. Ibadildin, F. Tolesh, T. Assylkhanova

Abstract: This study presents preliminary results of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the organization of education in universities, the transition to distance learning, the approach of students to the educational process, and their social life during online learning. The analysis shows the relevance of the selected research topic and requires further study in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the significant problems caused by the coronavirus, in general, universities have adapted to the current situation. Due to the ongoing mutations of the virus, it is not known how long the pandemic will last, so the ongoing research is important for improving the quality of education in universities in the future. Various techniques were used to collect data based on the current situation in order to reduce the likelihood of contracting the coronavirus. Quantitative and qualitative data were collected from students at various universities through an online survey disseminated through social media platforms. Collecting information took the most time. An online survey was used to collect quantitative data. Based on the qualitative data, interviews were conducted with students who had already completed an online questionnaire. Based on the results obtained, proposals were made to improve the organization of online education, attention was drawn to the need to prepare curricula and training courses for online teaching instructors and psychological support for students from universities in our country. In the future, it is planned to continue research and compare the changes with current indicators. Also, the faculty was not covered, which affects the emotional state of students and therefore requires additional attention.
Keywords: online / adapted / survey / virus / pandemic / COVID / students / requires / organization / results

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