Minimising Intercultural Communication Difficulties when Teaching International Students with the Help of an Electronic Educational Complex

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Saphiya Mukhametgaliyeva
Lubov Ilyashenko

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This study describes the use of an electronic educational complex for international engineering students. While doing so, it analyses whether the studied complex can reduce intercultural interaction difficulties and thus become a motivating factor in the educational process as a whole.

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Mukhametgaliyeva, S., & Ilyashenko, L. (2020). Minimising Intercultural Communication Difficulties when Teaching International Students with the Help of an Electronic Educational Complex . Space and Culture, India, 7(4), 274-282. https://doi.org/10.20896/saci.v7i4.673
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Received 2019-10-09
Accepted 2019-12-13
Published 2020-03-29

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