It has come to the Editors' notice that a version of the following article from Education & Self Development, 'Concept of self-realization of students in the information of university training' by E.N. Shutenko, published in Issue 46 (December 2015) was published in the journal Recent studies of social problems at around the same time. This article in E&SD should have included a reference to the article by the same author in the journal Recent studies of social problems.
Shutenko, E.N. (2015) Concept of self-realization of students in the information of university training. Education &Self Development. Issue 46. pp9-15.
Shutenko, E.N. (2015) concept of self-actualization of students in the conditions of informatization of high school training. Recent studies of social problems. №11 (55). pp595-607.
In the article the author states the phenomenological aspect of use of modern information technologies in higher education, which opens modalities of students’ self-realization (cognitive, communicative, creative, pragmatical, influential, dedicative etc.), describes the personal-focused concept of informatization within two contours-components: subjective and imperative. The first component covers attributive signs of students self-realization over which the corresponding principles of application of infor-mation technologies are built on, these principles form the second imperative component. Such approach gives the chance of more adequate interrelation between technological and personal factors of the modern higher school.