Veronika Grebennikova's research while affiliated with Kuban State University and other places

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This article focuses on the sustainable education and information technologies. It analysis the importance of the online education and the benefits it can bring, especially in the light of the recent massive online teaching and home office working mode during the COVID-19 pandemic, The flexibility of the education tools that include the use of info...
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The role of higher educational institutions (HEIs) in sustainable regional development is becoming a subject of attention of researchers and policymakers. Apart from clear inputs such as sustainable education and promotion of renewable energy sources, HEIs can act as partners and consultancies for the local authorities helping them to embark on the...
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This article summarizes the results of research aimed at studying the impact of the transition to online learning using information and communication technologies (ICT) in the educational process on the psychological comfort of students at the Adyghe State University in the direction of “Psychological and pedagogical education”. During the study, a...
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This paper tackles the economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on the labor markets and human capital. Specifically, it looks into the issues the pandemic brought upon the human resources and personnel during coronavirus lockdowns. Our results identify that in spite of all the adverse effects of the pandemic such as the excessive burden on the health...
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The article examines the experience of old people education in the Krasnodar region. Education of old people needs in the legal, methodological, social and psychological support. Professional and social adaptation during adulthood is a very important period for old people. Training of personality with special educational needs in the context of per...
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In this article the authors examine the anthropological, physiological, socio-psychological, medical background happy old age; analyze the data of a number of domestic and foreign experimental work to identify factors, conditions that ensure comfortable livelihoods of the elderly person. Special attention is paid to the role of the sociogerontologi...
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This article was prepared within the framework of the state assignment of the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation No. 3307 In the article the authors explain the nature and content of social adaptability of graduates psycho-neurological boarding schools (young people with disabilities from 24 to 27 years old with mild mental...

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... І. Захарова під інформаційно-комунікативними технологіями розуміє «спосіб роботи з інформацією: це і сукупність знань про способи та засоби роботи з інформаційними ресурсами, і спосіб та засоби збору, обробки та передавання інформації для набуття нових відомостей про об'єкт, що вивчається» [4]. ...
... Sustainable development is an abstract of the idea that is not new, and yet it is complex and requires the ability to define. The International Association of Universities (IAU) has taken an active role in encouraging universities to foster sustainable development since the 1990s and, in 1993, the Kyoto protocol was nurture sustainability (Mohamedbhai, 2015). To abide by the sustainability practices various international universities and colleges sign the sustainability declarations which are directing various initiatives to implement Sustainability drivers in higher education sustainability practices and themes which includes ethical and moral responsibility, physical operations, the development of interdisciplinary curriculum, sustainable academic research, cooperation among universities and countries, environmental literacy and partnerships with government, nongovernmental organizations and industry. ...
... In the past, the digitization of businesses was aimed at making them easier to access and more competitive by saving resources. The restrictions introduced by Covid-19 have also generated changes in working habits, deepening and advancing the use of digital technology and ICT, both in businesses and educational institutions (Avetisyan & Gevorgyan, 2020;Dvorak, Royny, Grebennikova, & Faminskaya, 2020). In this changing environment, human capital has become a key tool for building competitive advantage (Kichigin, Gonin, & Publishing, 2019). ...
... This capacity increases the ability to perform everyday activities through the application of creative problem-solving skills to daily life problems 30 . Moreover, creativity applied to our daily life has been shown to improve individuals' physical and psychological health as well as self-competency, life satisfaction, social life, civil participation, and academic and job performance [31][32][33] . Regarding creativity in schizophrenia, a recent meta-analysis indicates that people with this disease show a worse creative performance than the general population 34 . ...
... Those are in "happy old age", who in the past were harmonious personalities and after retirement for a long time engaged in creative work. The term "happy" in "happy old age" has been used in the logic of serenity, wise enlightenment worldview, contemplation and self-control, which reflects not only in the accumulation of life experience, but also weaken the influence of emotions in psychological life [13]. For "happy old age", the nature of activity is chosen in the personal interests and aspirations. ...