Methodology of digital quality management of higher education: approach and principles

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Umrbek Djumaniyazov


The methodological substantiation of the concept of digital quality management of higher education developed by the authors is presented. On the basis of a participatory-synergetic approach, the essence of digital quality management of higher education is interpreted as a complex, purposeful, coordinated process of information interaction of all participants in the educational process, which allows you to determine and continuously adjust the construction of a student's individual trajectory, as well as providing an opportunity to develop his professional and personal qualities. The philosophical premise of this approach was the change of the conceptual paradigm in the management of modern education - from "subject-object" to "subject-subject". The main directions are singled out and the principles of the concept of digital quality management of higher education are substantiated. These include: principles of a philosophical and social nature (openness, entropy-information, variability of management strategies and technologies), principles of a socio-professional nature (integration mobility, cluster transformation, instrumental flexibility), principles of a personal-technological nature (adaptive-selective development, personalized and self-development activities).

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Djumaniyazov, U. (2023). Methodology of digital quality management of higher education: approach and principles. Scientific Collection «InterConf», (156), 27–37. Retrieved from


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