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V. Zhura and J. Rudova

in foreign languages classes. In: Language of Medicine: international interacademic collection of research papers in honour of V. F. Novodranova. Samara; 2015:198–203. Russian. 11. Hu G. Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Second Language Listening Comprehension [dissertation]. Atlanta; 2009[cited 2016 Nov 11]. Available from: http://scholarworks.gsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1011&context=alesl_diss . Doctor of philosophy. 12. Jorgensen M, Witt K. Teaching communications skills to medical students using a reflective teaching method and access to

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Nina Klebanskaja and Olena Andriukhanova

Engagement in Inspiring Teaching and Learning // Innovations in Education and Teaching International. Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 349–362. doi: 10.1080/14703290701602748 7. Calder, B. J., Malthouse, E. C., Schaedel, U. (2009). An Experimental Study of the Relationship between Online Engagement and Advertising Effectiveness // Journal of Interactive Marketing. Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 321–331. doi: 10.1016/j.intmar.2009.07.002 8. Chee, C., Harris, R. (1998). Global Marketing Strategy. – London: Financial Times Professional publishing. 9. Cooper, D. R., Schindler, P. S

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Polona Tominc, Maruša Krajnc, Klavdija Vivod, Monty L. Lynn and Blaž Frešer

impact of quantitative method teaching on statistical anxiety and confidence. Active Learning in Higher Education, 16 (1), 51-66. https://doi.org/10.1177/1469787414558983 Davis, F. D. (1986). A technology acceptance model for empirically testing new end-user information systems: theory and results. Doctoral dissertation, Sloan School of Management. MIT. Davis, F. D. (1989). Perceived usefulness, Perceived ease of use and user acceptance of information technology. MIS Quarterly, 13 (3), 319–340. https://doi.org/10.2307/249008 Davis, F. (1993). User

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John Zhang, Ming Fan, Bin Gu, Vijay Mookerjee, Bin Zhang and J. Leon Zhao

to succeed. From my point of view, the most successful application in the future would be robotics. Robotics can be defined broadly; not just machines, but automatic arms and fetches. These are also robots. Nowadays, we have teaching robots that teach children English and we have agency staff and accounting robots. Another area I have to mention is that I have just completed some blockchain research, which is obviously the frontier of IT. Not long ago, the President of China, President Xi, mentioned blockchain. Xi assigned blockchain the same rank as big data

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Beth A. Plale, Eleanor Dickson, Inna Kouper, Samitha Harshani Liyanage, Yu Ma, Robert H. McDonald, John A. Walsh and Sachith Withana

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O.A Gavrilyuk

medical training is organised; Fourth, there are many university teachers who are not ready to face the modern challenges of higher medical education, completely rethink traditional study goals and strategies of teaching in order to provide optimal challenges for students, ensure a diversity of learning experiences, built in accordance with the possibilities and the needs of all student categories, making students feel competent, supporting their autonomy [ 1 , 2 ] and internationalising the content of higher education [ 3 ]. Fifth, despite proclaimed transformation

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S. Yamakawa, O. Razvina, M. Ito, H. Hibino, T. Someya and T. Ushiki

Russia, teaching them various advanced medical technologies, including endoscopy. Methods The credit system measures study time and compares learning achievements, helping students easily transfer credits from one institution to another. This idea was originated in the United States of America and introduced to Japan during the post-World War II era. Soviet education system didn’t use credits at all and Russia joined the Bologna process only in 2003. Russian universities mainly use ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) which is an important element of the

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E. Avdeeva, S. Nikulina and I. Artyukhov

condition for a full life all over the world. Therefore, teaching different disciplines in English in higher education system is the requirement of modern time. But the system of medical education in Russia offers bilingual educational programs both in Russian and English, as not all patients, who are Russian citizens, will speak English in the nearest future. One of the very important tasks for a doctor is to establish a good contact with a patient and this can be done only in the patient’s native language. In this regard, during their years of education, medical

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Victor Martinelli and Deidre Fenech

., & Wysocka, A. (2011). Visuospatial deficits of dyslexic children. Medical Science Monitor, 17(4), 216-221. Lohman, D. F. (1994). Spatially gifted, verbally inconvenienced. In N. Colangelo, S. G. Assouline, & D. L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent development: Vol 2. Proceedings from the 1993 Henry B. and Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development (pp. 251-264). Dayton: Ohio Psychology Press. Lubinski, D. (2010). Spatial ability and STEM: A sleeping giant for talent identification and development. Personality and Individual