Integration of the Latest Information and Communication Technologies into Pedagogical Practice: Impact Analysis, Effectiveness and Challenges on the way to Sustainable Implementation in Higher Education


  • Valentyna Chernysh Kyiv National Linguistic University
  • Alla Melnyk Kyiv National Linguistic University
  • Olena Konotop T.H. Shevchenko National University «Chernihiv Colehium»
  • Kateryna Meljnyk Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University
  • Nataliia Matkovska National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”



information and communication technologies, innovative pedagogy, educational platforms, object-oriented programs, pedagogical software tools


The present era of societal advancement is distinguished by a substantial proliferation and intensification of pedagogical research and development, spanning various domains and levels of society. Consequently, both established and emerging fields of knowledge, as well as cutting-edge technologies, are being cultivated. This pursuit has led to the formation of sophisticated and efficient tools for intellectual activities, yielding enhanced productivity. Furthermore, novel materials and alternative sources for the advancement of goods and services are being explored. This necessitates the effective utilization of capital, investments, innovations, material and technical resources, energy, information resources, and labor. In light of the aforementioned considerations, enhancing the management systems governing socio-economic, technical, and technological processes becomes imperative. Drawing upon advancements in education and science, and harnessing knowledge-intensive technologies, sophisticated devices, and tools, contemporary high-tech platforms are being developed and employed. These systems play a pivotal role in organizing and regulating activities, profoundly influencing the nature and outcomes of innovation endeavors. Moreover, they serve as a testament to the scientific and technological progress witnessed by civilization. The objective of this article is to ascertain the distinctive characteristics of the influence exerted by information and communication technologies on the educational process within higher education institutions. Additionally, it aims to evaluate the effectiveness of their implementation and address the challenges encountered by the educational system. The study employs a range of research methods, including general scientific methods such as analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction, and generalization. These methods facilitated the identification of the object, subject, purpose, and objectives of the investigation, as well as the analytical processing of scientific sources. Additionally, specific scientific methods, namely historical and structural approaches, were utilized to organize the existing pedagogical literature concerning the integration of the latest information and communication technologies into the educational process within higher education. The method of extrapolation was employed to extend the conclusions derived from the analysis. The study has successfully identified the fundamental theoretical aspects associated with the integration of the latest information and communication technologies for the enhancement of English-language communicative competence in higher education. Additionally, the study has addressed the pivotal practical considerations on this matter.

Author Biographies

Valentyna Chernysh, Kyiv National Linguistic University


Alla Melnyk, Kyiv National Linguistic University


Olena Konotop, T.H. Shevchenko National University «Chernihiv Colehium»


Kateryna Meljnyk, Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University


Nataliia Matkovska, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”



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