Now-a-days, an access to the internet has become easier than ever, whether we are using a computer, phone or tablets.
As such, this chapter will consider the following questions: What are the potential implications of the Internet for education and learning?
Students can get tuition online and they can watch Videos on YouTube related to mathematics, English language, physics or any other information about any topic related to their school homework. Yet it is equally unwise to presume that any of the examples given so far in the chapter necessarily herald a fundamental shift in education.
New York: McGraw Hill, The Internet is the largest, most powerful computer network. The lack of Information technology infrastructure in schools is a big question mark against Government policies towards computer education.
Many people argue that the internet should be used for educational purposes only. Crucially as with Wikipediathe emphasis of Open Educational Resources is not merely permitting individuals to use provided materials, but encouraging the alteration and amendment of these resources as required. Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies.
The internet has changed the way people live and how they relate to each other.