Linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities
The main purpose of the article is to study the main features and prospects of linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities. An important distinguishing feature of the current stage of development, characterized by the integration and globalization of the world system in various spheres of human life and activity, is the expanding process of informatization. In the conditions of the information society, modern information and communication technologies are a vital professional tool, the mastery of which determines the need of a person as a specialist in the labor market. New economic conditions determine the type of communication in which a person must master at least one foreign language. Practical knowledge of a foreign language is one of the most important characteristics of a specialist of any profile. Therefore, linguistic education occupies one of the leading positions in the general system of education and professional training of specialists. As a result of the study, the relevance of introducing linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities, as well as the main mechanisms of these processes, was analyzed.
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