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Vladimir F. Manukhov

Research Ogarev Mordovia State University,
Bolshevistskaya str., 68, 4300005, Saransk, Russia,
E-mail: gkg_mrsu@mail.ru

Natalia G. Ivlieva

Research Ogarev Mordovia State University,
Bolshevistskaya str., 68, 4300005, Saransk, Russia,
E-mail: gkg_mrsu@mail.ru


The article highlights the authors’ view of research work as a type of industrial practice in accordance with the modern version of the Federal State Educational Standard (FSES) in the field of training 05.03.03 “Cartography and Geoinformatics”. The brief information about the organization of the practice of cartographers studying in Mordovia State University is given. Characteristics of conducting research in third-party organizations and in the structural units of the university are characterized. The active participation of students in the research work on the application of geoinformation technologies in the research of geosystems in the interests of sustainable development of territories was noted. With the scientific research begins the professional development of students, the determination of their inclinations in the independent solution of problems associated with the future activities of bachelors of cartography and geoinformatics.

On the example of several research works students trained at the Department of Geodesy, Cartography and Geoinformatics of the Mordovian University, it is considered how the goals and objectives of the research work are implemented as a kind of industrial practice aimed at obtaining students practical skills of independent research work and experience in professional scientific activity. The original independent student experiences of a practical nature in the context of the development of the information society, taking into account the competence approach, appear to be valuable and important for both interdisciplinary research and for young researchers themselves. They often form the basis of final qualification works.

The fulfillment of independent research by students contributes to the implementation of the competence component of FSES. Research work brings students closer to the conditions of their future professional activity.


research work, production practice, cartography, geoinformatics.


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For citation: Manukhov V.F., Ivlieva N.G. ABOUT RESEARCH WORK (PRODUCTION PRACTICE) OF STUDENTS CARTOGRAPHERS Proceedings of the International conference “InterCarto. InterGIS”. 2018;24(1):167–178 http://doi.org/10.24057/2414-9179-2018-1-24-167-178