On July 28, 2022, to the Day of Ukrainian Statehood, the teachers of the Department of Digital Economy and Business Analytics held a seminar on the topic: “The Romanovichs – Ukrainian kings and grand dukes.” The historical period considered at the seminar covers the reign of the branch of the Volyn Monomakhovichs from the Rurik dynasty, who ruled in the Galicia-Volyn principality – from Danylo Halytskyi to Yuriy-Boleslav Troydenovich (Yuriy II). The biographies of these Ukrainian rulers presented by the...Read more »
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On July 11-14, 2022, Iryna Shevchuk and Anna Zadorozhna, teachers of the Department of Digital Economy and Business Analytics of the Faculty of Finance and Business Management of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, participated in the Uni-Biz Bridge Camp project on the development of cooperation between businesses and universities, dedicated to the development soft-skills of the teacher.
The program of the online event included the following topics:
New approaches to teaching and communication with students.
Win-win-win strategy: students – employers –...
📅On July 14, 2022, teachers of the Department of Digital Economy and Business Analytics of the Faculty of Finance and Business Management of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv had the opportunity to participate in the conference “IT Ukraine Legal Conference 2022” organized by the “IT Ukraine” Association (https://legalconference.com .ua). The event brought together state and business representatives, lawyers, financiers, HR and other specialists to discuss issues relevant to the Ukrainian IT industry.
The panelists focused on such issues as:
During January-June 2022, teachers of the Department of Digital Economy and Business Analytics, Faculty of Finance and Business Management, Iryna Shevchuk, Oksana Vaskiv, Anna Zadorozhna and Anna Starukh participated in online training at the “Teaching Skills Improvement Course” and successfully completed it, receiving appropriate certificates. In general, the Course lasted from January 27 to June 4, contained 6 credits (180 academic hours of work) and consisted of the following 5 modules:
“The system of higher education of Ukraine. Academic Integrity” –...Read more »
On June 14, 2022, Iryna Shevchuk, Head of the Department of Digital Economics and Business Analytics, took part in a round table “Scientific and Educational Diplomacy: New Challenges and Tasks”, organized by the NGO “National Academy of Sciences of Higher Education of Ukraine”. Its participants discussed a wide range of issues, including:
modernization of higher education in the face of Russia’s invasion of the Ukrainian state;
creation of conditions for effective activity of scientific and pedagogical workers during the war;