Rector of Tashkent International University of Education (TIUE) Nosir Khodjaev took part in the III International Legal Forum “Tashkent Law Spring”.
Tashkent Law Spring is one of the significant events in the field of law in the Central Asian region. The forum is held once every two years under the auspices of the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan.
According to the organizers, the main topic of this forum is “Fundamental Rights as Eternal Values”. The Tashkent Law Spring has become an open platform for discussion by international, foreign and domestic experts of modern legal trends through the prism of fundamental rights.
TIUE Rector Nosir Khodjaev took part in the session “Digital Technologies in the Legal Sector” and made a presentation “Digitalization and Improving the Legal Competence of Higher Education Students”.
“Developing the legal literacy of students from all areas of universities using modern digital technologies not only prepares them for a successful career in their chosen field, but also develops their critical thinking skills, problem-solving and teamwork,” said the head of the university.
“In the era of digitalization and the information society, understanding legal principles and skills is becoming increasingly important for every person, regardless of their professional field,” Nosir Khodjaev added.
He noted that digital technologies provide unique opportunities to enrich the educational process and expand access to legal information.
The TIUE rector also spoke about technologies – virtual and augmented reality, electronic resources and platforms, and artificial intelligence that can be used in the educational process.