Unpacking and networking university programs: goals, results, problems and benefits in the opinion of practitioners

The article presents the results of a discussion by expert-practitioners of the state of affairs with the unpacking and networking of the main educational programs in universities in the context of the problem of meeting the demand of students for individualized, flexible learning. Experts provide answers to questions about the driving forces behind the unpacking and networking of university educational programs that are taking place today, about the barriers to the expansion of this process, about who really wins and loses from it, and whether it works for the quality of higher education. The article presents several points of view of experts that do not completely coincide with each other, which allows us to consider the problem in a comprehensive manner based on the results of the introduction of new practices and tools for creating flexible educational trajectories

Keywords: higher education, flexible educational trajectories, unpacking educational programs