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Dyakonova T.M., Nemtsova V.V., Repina O.A., Berbenets O.A., Proshkina V.A. Aspects of intellectual property in pedagogical activities

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p176-179
Aspects of intellectual property in pedagogical activities
Tamara Mikhailovna Dyakonova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service, Vladivostok; Valeriya Valerievna Nemtsova, the candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer, Irina Borisovna Repina, the senior lecturer, Olga Anatolyevna Berbenets, the senior teacher, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok; Victoria Anatolyevna Proshkina, the teacher, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow

Digitalization is keeping pace with the formation and development of pedagogical science, and currently digital technologies are among of the leading directions in the world, which makes high demands on the modern teacher and pedagogical activity in general. The result of the teacher's intellectual activity is intellectual property. The teacher creates his own intellectual product, and also uses the results of the intellectual property of another author in his pedagogical activity. The teacher, as a participant in the innovative process of an educational institution, participates in the development of working programs for the disciplines taught, as well as in their educational and methodological support, is the head of the research activities of students. In this regard, there is a need for knowledge of copyright on the results of intellectual activity in the process of the teacher's pedagogical activity.
Keywords: pedagogical activity, intellectual property, information technology in education, the product of pedagogical activity.

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