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Development oDevelopment of Ontology Model of Requirements to Results of Training in System of Adaptive Control of Education Quality


  • Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University, Magnitogorsk, Russian Federation
  • Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
  • Institute of Business, Psychology and Management, Khimki, Russian Federation


The problem of а quality assurance of management of education systems regarding establishment of requirements to results of training by modern science is solved in line with ambiguously treated competence-based approach. Within this article authors consider the possibility of creation of such system based on ontology model. The benefit of this method of the problem resolution is possibility of harmonization of requirements, both for employers, and from representatives of the educational community. It is described as tools of research of data domain and the course of creation of this model, and results of its use for development of a frame of qualifications of professional education of the Ural region and a frame of qualifications for the IT industry.


Education Outcomes, Expert Information, Ontological Model.

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