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Nowadays, the focus on education is to radically reform professional education, that is, to develop e-learning tools based on the concept of learning outcomes. A distinctive feature of the cognitive-visual approach to the development of electronic didactics is the concentration of attention through visual support, as the formation of visual models of objects studied taking into account human psychophysiology and demonstration of practical skills of learners, effective organization of the interface with the learning object. Providing feedback on electronic didactic tools, mobile desktop and console platforms, as well as in the browser, based on the principles of design, plays an important role in preparing future engineers for professional activities. Therefore, interactive software was developed through the cognitive visualization of a simple oil distillation laboratory. This virtual learning lab was developed using the Microsoft Visual Studio software package. This, in turn, provides a certain degree of convenience in the introduction of electronic didactic tools in engineering education.
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