The Importance of Developing Multimedia Software to Improve the Quality and Effectiveness of Distance Education

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Mirzakarimova Muxabbatxon Maxmud kizi


Today, in all aspects of the educational process, it is advisable to use a wide range of modern electronic insformation resources, a variety of information and communication technologies, including software. Software tools are practical software tools that are designed to create, prepare, compile organizational materials and data, add and display graphics or animation in all areas of the education system. Create multimedia courses to organize the educational process using such tools more efficiently. Their use at a high level, adding to them and applying them in the educational process will greatly contribute to the preparation of young people with high knowledge and skills.

Aim: to substantiate the role and importance of the creation and use of multimedia programs, multimedia educational and methodological complexes in improving the quality and effectiveness of distance learning, as well as to give recommendations on distance learning.

Methods: Experimental-test and comparative research methods, survey and observation methods were used, which can be applied in the study of improving the quality and effectiveness of distance education.

Conclusion: The creation and use of multimedia training courses open up great opportunities for local computers and the Internet. Placing multimedia training courses on the worldwide computer network, which allows them to be applied directly in the educational process, allows students to find, search for information, and also shape and expand educational activities. When creating multimedia training courses, first of all, it is necessary to pay special attention to the interactive components created by various software tools. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of distance learning has expanded. This, in turn, requires the development of multimedia programs to improve the quality and efficiency of distance learning.


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