Capabilities of Cloud Services and Webinars Effectiveness of Teaching Humanities Students

  • Anna Leonidovna KRIVOVA Russian State Social University, Russia
  • Svetlana Nikolaevna KURBAKOVA Russian State Social University, Russia
  • Vladimir Vasilievich AFANASYEV Moscow City University, 4, Vtoroy Selskohoziajstvenny proezd, Russia Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI), Russia
  • Ravil Garifovich REZAKOV Moscow City University, Russia
Palabras clave: Educational services in the cloud, information and communication networks, webinar. / servicios educativos en la nube, redes de información y comunicación, seminario web.




Considering the efficiency problems of the education of humanities students, it is impossible to ignore the use of cloud services as a phenomenon of the high-tech educational environment, which is formed both within the institution, and in the region of the education system of individual countries on a global scale. The article confirms the relevance of the use of the cloud and webinars, considering the characteristics of an environment oriented to new technologies. The level of application of cloud technologies and their main advantages and limitations to ensure interactivity in webinars were determined based on an expert survey



Teniendo en cuenta los problemas de eficiencia de la educación de los estudiantes de humanidades, es imposible ignorar el uso de servicios en la nube como un fenómeno del entorno educativo de alta tecnología, que se forma tanto dentro de la institución, como de la región y el sistema educativo de países individuales a escala global. El artículo confirma la relevancia del uso de la nube y seminarios web, considerando las características de un entorno orientado a las nuevas tecnologias. Sobre la base de una encuesta de expertos se determinó el nivel de aplicación de las tecnologías en la nube y sus principales ventajas y limitaciones para garantizar la interactividad en los seminario web.

Biografía del autor/a

Anna Leonidovna KRIVOVA, Russian State Social University, Russia

Lecturer of the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the Faculty for Humanities of the Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. 2 years post-graduate student studying in Russian State Social University in the direction of preparation "Political science and regional studies" (thesis: Youth policy: Russian and foreign experience). Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities in Educational Work, Russian State Social University. Scientific interests: Youth policy in all its forms of manifestation, the impact of education on the development of personality among young people, the formation of the humanitarian cycle, energy cooperation, e-government.

Svetlana Nikolaevna KURBAKOVA, Russian State Social University, Russia

Doctor of Letters (Philology) of the Russian State Social University. Disciplines: "Foreign language (English)", "Foreign language in professional activity (English)". Scientific interests: sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, intercultural communication, theory and practice of translation, methods of teaching foreign languages.

Vladimir Vasilievich AFANASYEV, Moscow City University, 4, Vtoroy Selskohoziajstvenny proezd, Russia Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI), Russia

Doctor of Education, Professor. Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Management, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI); Moscow City University. Professor of the Department of Pedagogy, Taught disciplines "Organization of the educational process", "Control and support of educational activities", "Innovative processes in education", "Pedagogical experiment", "Methodology and methods of scientific research." Laureate of a research competition announced by the Department of Education of the city of Moscow (2010). He has a total of 241 published works (RSCI), including 202 scientific articles and reports at conferences of various levels, 8 monographs, 1 dictionary, 21 textbooks and teaching aids with the stamp of UMO, 9 patents for inventions and utility models. Scientific interests: synthesis of models of pedagogical technologies for managing educational and cognitive activity of students, development of conceptual provisions for a technological approach to managing pedagogical systems at micro and macro levels, building new organizational and information management structures, defining substantive aspects of “classical” and modern theory socio-pedagogical management.

Ravil Garifovich REZAKOV, Moscow City University, Russia

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Head of Department. Honorary Worker of Higher Education. Scientific interests: Pedagogy, psychology, history, sociology, political science, elitology.


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KRIVOVA, A. L., KURBAKOVA, S. N., AFANASYEV, V. V., & REZAKOV, R. G. (2020). Capabilities of Cloud Services and Webinars Effectiveness of Teaching Humanities Students. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(5), 135-146. Recuperado a partir de