Li Yekaterina Vladimirovna

PhD, associate professor, Tashkent State Pedagogical University named after Nizamy/, ORCID 0000-0002-6624-9277


Izzetova Emine Mustafaevna

DoS, professor, Tashkent University of Oriental Studies/


Naumenko Oleg Aleksandrovich

PhD, associated professor NUST MISiS, Moscow, Russia


Skatershchikova Alla

Associated professor Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Moscow, Russia


Mamayusupov Umidjon Kurbonovich

PhD, associate professor, Tashkent State Pedagogical University named after Nizamy / mamayusupov76umid@gmail

Abstract. Over the past thirty years, the institution of higher education of Uzbekistan, Russia and other republics of the post-Soviet space have undergone many changes and the process of transformation and modernization continues. The need to train competitive, qualified, creative personalities is caused by reforms and transformations in the educational sphere. In higher education, the introduction of innovations and innovations of different natures, especially e-learning is part of the digitalization process, which occurring with varying intensity throughout the world.

Distance learning involves many problems and complaints but, nevertheless, is recognized as promising. Distance education is a complex problem that requires detailed, thoughtful analysis and the gradual introduction of innovations in higher education, and it is one of the most important components of the digitalization of various spheres of society. Unfortunately, oftentimes, the abandonment of traditional teaching methods and the introduction of innovative teaching methods do not always lead to the expected result. Education is a complex, multifaceted process, with many elements of great importance in the end.

Keywords: e-learning, online, distance learning, life, higher education, education system, informatization, digitalization, innovative technologies, information pedagogical technologies, pedagogy