JetIQ electronic ecosystem at the service of the university in the country that has undergone armed aggression

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The development of modern technologies and innovations provides opportunities for higher education institutions (HEIs) and directly for teachers and students to voluntarily use tools for distance and mixed learning. However, remote access in a pandemic or a state of war is necessity and has no alternatives.
The purpose of this study is to determine the role of the JetIQ electronic ecosystem for Vinnytsia National Technical University (VNTU) in wartime conditions. As in all HEI of Ukraine, the educational process at VNTU changed significantly during the year of military aggression. The need for students and teachers to hide in bomb shelters during air raids, frequent and, most importantly, unexpected interruptions of the educational process, and significant complications of access to laboratory equipment negatively affect the psychological state of all participants in educational activities. In these conditions, the JetIQ electronic ecosystem brought substantial benefits and became the primary tool for the management of the educational activities at VNTU. Reliable technological support also improved the psychological confidence of students and teachers. A comparison of the interim indicators of the 2022/2023 academic year with the trends of the three previous academic years in terms of quantitative indicators of educational resources and actions of all groups of JetIQ users showed positive trends. This testifies to its stability in the conditions of martial law.

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    • Figure 1. The structure of the JetIQ electronic ecosystem of VNTU
    • Figure 2. A contingent of education seekers and non-professionals registered in the JetIQ system
    • Figure 3. The number of educational materials and navigators of educational resources in the JetIQ system
    • Table A1. Protocol indicators of the JetIQ electronic system, which characterize the educational activity of VNTU
    • Formal Analysis
      Roman Kvyetnyy, Oleh Bisikalo
    • Funding acquisition
      Roman Kvyetnyy, Volodymyr Storchak
    • Methodology
      Roman Kvyetnyy, Oleh Bisikalo, Yevhen Palamarchuk
    • Supervision
      Roman Kvyetnyy
    • Validation
      Roman Kvyetnyy, Oleh Bisikalo
    • Conceptualization
      Oleh Bisikalo
    • Investigation
      Oleh Bisikalo, Yevhen Palamarchuk
    • Resources
      Oleh Bisikalo, Yevhen Palamarchuk
    • Writing – original draft
      Oleh Bisikalo, Yevhen Palamarchuk, Volodymyr Storchak
    • Writing – review & editing
      Oleh Bisikalo, Yevhen Palamarchuk
    • Data curation
      Yevhen Palamarchuk, Volodymyr Storchak
    • Software
      Yevhen Palamarchuk
    • Project administration
      Volodymyr Storchak
    • Visualization
      Volodymyr Storchak