Organization of Distance Learning in Google Meet in Modern Conditions

Mykola Boklan, Artem Pozniak, Olga Vуnar, Svitlana Markova, Anzhelika Chornoivan, Кarolina Kasianenko


The aim of the article is to analyze the key aspects of distance learning organization on the Google Meet platform through the prism of modern digital educational trends and globalization challenges. The study is based on pedagogical knowledge theoretical methods (analysis and synthesis), dialectical and systematic method, as well as on the SWOT-analysis opportunities. In results it is underscored several key strengths, including user-friendly features, robust security measures backed by Google Corporation, an accessible interface, and valuable functionalities such as the digital whiteboard application that empowers educators to illustrate educational content and live subtitles that enhance inclusivity. However, it is worth noting that Google Meet's compatibility issues with certain devices pose potential challenges in educational settings. Addressing these limitations presents an opportunity to ensure the continued effectiveness of Google Meet as the primary digital conduit for distance learning. The scientific novelty of the study reveals that the platform offers distinct advantages and notable drawbacks, all of which merit careful consideration when planning educational activities. For example, vulnerabilities are the difficulties in launching on certain mobile devices, the limitation of the free version. The conclusions summarize the results of the research and note that the important advantages of the service are the support of the Google Corporation, the accessibility of the interface and the convenience of using digital tools. It is proposed to further develop the integration of the service with the company's products.

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