The importance of multimedia means usage in improving the quality of education


  • Kateryna Rumiantseva West Ukrainian National University
  • Natalia Yevdokymova Pylyp Orlyk International Classical University
  • Sergiy Bratushka Sumy National Agrarian University
  • Nataliia Kharchenko National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
  • Oleksandr Iievliev Lviv Polytechnic National University



quality of education, multimedia means, education process


Integrating innovative technologies into the educational process can significantly enhance both students’ understanding of the subject matter and improve the quality of education. The article deals with the issue of multimedia technology implementation with the aim of education quality improvement. The paper aims to research the most effective multimedia means in Ukrainian education establishments. To achieve the aim of the research, a set of methods was used: theoretical: analysis of scientific psychological and pedagogical sources; empirical: questionnaires, interviews; graphics. The research results have found that students get an opportunity to solve several academic problems in the process of multimedia tools using. It has been revealed that the most used multimedia technologies in Ukrainian education institutions are digital presentations, video and audio materials, e-learning platforms, webinars and video conferences. The research results made it possible to outline the key factors affecting the quality of education in Ukraine and the main reasons for the usage of multimedia to improve educational quality.


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