Distance and Online Learning Solutions in the Context of Modern Legal Educational Policy

  • Raviya Faritovna Stepanenko Kazan Federal University
  • Irina Nailjevna Ainoutdinova Institute of International Relations.
  • Natalya Viktorovna Krotkova Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
Palabras clave: law students, legal education policy, distance learning and online, COVID-19 pandemic, learning solutions.


The objective of this article is the best strategies and models of distance and online education to universities in the context of modern legal education policy, tempting its effectiveness. The methodological framework of this research is based on the comparative anective of distance and online education best practices offered by some universities around the world. A full study of the technical, pedagogical and managements issus of distance education has also been provided. Based on an empirical approach, testing, evaluation and control of usability, accessibility, file and security of some techniques, and related resources have been carried out. An experimental study has also been conducted with the aim of obtaining, comparing and using certain relevant data on the attitudes, priorities and learning outcomes of law students in a traditional versus distance learning environment. The main result of the study is the design of a model of mass, open and lively distance learning and teaching that enhances the quality of university education in general and the training of law students in particular.

Biografía del autor/a

Raviya Faritovna Stepanenko, Kazan Federal University
Kazan Federal University (Russian Federation), Doctor of jurisprudence, Associate Professor; Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Faculty of Law.
Irina Nailjevna Ainoutdinova, Institute of International Relations.
Kazan Federal University (Russian Federation), Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences; Associate Professor; Professor of the Department of foreign languages, Institute of International Relations.
Natalya Viktorovna Krotkova, Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
Institute of State and Law RAS (Russian Federation), PhD in Law, Candidate of jurisprudence, Associate Professor, the Leading Researcher of Sector of Constitutional Law and Constitutional Justice of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.


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