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Title: Management of a network interaction of educational organisations oriented to innovation development
Authors: Davydova, N. N.
Dorozhkin, E. M.
Дорожкин, Е. М.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Indian Society for Education and Environment
Citation: Davydova, N.N. Management of a Network Interaction of Educational Organisations Oriented to Innovation Development / Davydova, N.N., Dorozhkin, E.M. // Indian Journal of Science and Technology. — 2016. — V. 9. — № (29).
Abstract: In this article, approaches towards the creation of a scientific and educational network integrating many dynamic interconnected agents that are voluntarily integrated in a network structure, which functions to be a virtual organisation and carries out specific innovation projects at a high level of coordination of purposes and integration of all types of resources are considered. In the conditions of a scientific and educational network, due to the action of nonlinear communications, there are processes of a coevolution, having such characteristics that a general rate of participants' development during interaction becomes higher than before consolidation. It was shown that scientific as well as consulting support of project activities for forming contents and the organisation of education in a universum of innovation culture was an integrative basis of consolidation of participants of network interaction. The basic principles of self-organisation of the organisations in the conditions of a scientific and educational network are described. The main opportunities and problems of the development of a network are provided.
Keywords: NETWORK INTERACTION
SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL NETWORK
SELF-ORGANISATION
ISSN: 0974-5645
0974-6846
DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i29/88729
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-84983500218
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