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General issues of financial law
Evstigneev E.N., Viktorova N.G. - Innovations in Teaching Humanities and Socio-Economic Disciplines at a University pp. 1-20
Abstract: The authors offer new approaches to teaching specialists of information-oriented society. Their research is based on the educational model that focuses on some elements of traditional forms of teaching and innovative technology solutions. The latter are focused on using multimedia,  Internet resources, software, online services, professional orientation video, as well as modern technologies in education. Application of  information, communication and multimedia tools to the educational process is viewed by the authors based on the example of teaching tax disciplines at St. Petersburg State University of Trade and Economics. One of the main means of education is a multimedia tutorial there. It is especially designed for self-study of students and Master graduates who previously received education in another field. Another innovation is a multimedia training package which is used as the main tool by the teacher. This tool can be also used by Master's Degree Students as part of their scientific and methodological reserches. The article also presents the conception of the master class as educational training for teachers who implement or want to implement new technological solutions in their classrooms. Such system approach is essential to building an effective educational path.
Tuskaev G.G. - Problems of legal definition of innovative activity. pp. 7-24


Abstract: In this article the author discusses the need to adopt a normatve legal act regulating the legal relations, based on the definition of innovative activity given by the author.  The topicality of this issue is due to the fact that currently there is no normative legal act regulating innovative activities in the Russian Federation, and the legislative acts and numerous by-laws partially regulating various aspects of innovative activities fail to provide a full-rate legal regime of innovative activity due to the lack of a uniform defintion of this type of activity.
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