Technology is growing at an exponential rate. We can feel how fast it is growing when we look around us and find little children using smartphones and tablets to play games in comparison to some years ago when they did not have access to basic video games with low graphics. Everyone is now connected to everyone and if you know your way around you can find who is hanging out where at this time.
In a time like this, it makes a lot of sense to use technology to impart education. However, this is not a new concept. The dialogue to use technology in the classroom was started quite a long time ago. Many institutions have experimented with the use of computers and videos for some time. The increasing use of smartphones, tablets and digital readers has prompted many institutions to record lectures and send lectures by email to students who miss classes. Many educators have started using the net to send and receive homework.
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