Abstract: Education must outstrip life. This is an axiom that has long become a common place but still remains (at least in Russia) a pure declaration. When education really works ahead of the curve, there are phenomena like the University of Berkeley which while remaining an educational institution is also a research center that gives birth to technologies that conquer the whole world (for example, the Unix OS of the BSD family). How can education outstrip life? It is clear that it is impossible to teach what is not yet. But it is possible to give the student the most up-to-date knowledge while at the same time orienting him to the solution of fundamental, conceptual questions. It is the conceptual education in the system with awareness in the field of the latest concrete realizations that stimulates the search for new, more advanced, more daring solutions. Informatization as the leading trend of social and economic progress of developed countries is an objective process in all spheres of human activity including education. Informatization of education as an integral part of this process is a system of methods, processes and software and hardware integrated with the purpose of collecting, processing, storing distributing and using information in the interests of its consumers. The goal of informatization of education is to global intensify intellectual activity through the use of New Information Technologies (NIT). Modern advanced education is inconceivable without a large-scale study and global use in the teaching of computer equipment and computer information networks. The information saturation of modern society, its functionality at a decent level today imply such information traffic speeds that only computer networks integrated into the global information space can provide.
K. Buzaubakova, M. Abdirassilov, K. Smatova, M. Yelubayeva, B. Kulmambetov and L. Ilimkhanova, 2020. The Problem of Mastering Work with Electronic Educational Resources in Higher Educational Institutions. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 15: 330-336.