The Presidential Library has summed up the results of the “Russia in Electronic World” Interactive Olympiad

22 March 2012

22 March 2012 at the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library were announced the names of the winners of the “Russia in Electronic World” Interactive Olympiad for senior high school students on the Russian history and social science. The holders of diplomas and valuable prizes are: Mikhail Karmanov (Vologda), Maxim Surkov (Yekaterinburg), Natalia Kalduzova (Kalinin village, Orenburg Oblast).

Alexei Sharakhov (Podvigalikha village, Kostroma Oblast) has been awarded for the greatest score in history; Sophia Philippova (Malaya Kulikovka village, Oryol Oblast) has been awarded for the greatest score in social science.

Other contestants were given letters of commendation.

The day before in the Electronic Reading Room of the Presidential Library was held the final round of the Olympiad. It was attended by 14 winners of absentee rounds representing 10 Russian regions. The finalists fulfilled their tasks in bibliographic search on history and social science, and wrote compositions on certain topics.

The results of the Olympiad were summed up during the round table devoted to the issues of use of information technology and information resources in teaching the humanities. The event was attended by the finalists’ teachers, specialists in the field of remote education, mass media representatives, employees of the Presidential Library and developers of the Olympiad’s tasks.

The “Russia in Electronic World” Interactive Olympiad for senior high school students on the Russian history and social science had run from September 19, 2011 to March 21, 2012. About three thousands young students form eighty Russian regions have taken part in it.

The first “Russia in Electronic World” Olympiad was held in 2010/2011 school year.

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