Making Knowledge Interesting
We all know how learning about the depth of the Mariana Trench in geography class can be a little dowdy for young children. However, by introducing the audio-visual method of learning, computers have made education interesting.
Being a Source of Knowledge
The internet is now in the library. What's more, it is easier to access, along with being a convenient and fairly reliable source of information. With bulky computers now being reduced to hand-held devices, students literally have information at their fingertips.
Again, free knowledge that is easily available does have its pitfalls, but looking at the larger picture, it is definitely more beneficial.
Computers have more or less eliminated paperwork in the administration section of education. Thanks to websites, we can do away with printing brochures, application forms, admission and other administrative documents, resulting in procedures that are cost-effective and environment friendly.
There is no questioning the impact of computers in education; their usage has completely revolutionized the way education is imparted, received, communicated and processed. In the years to come, more changes are expected, changes that will further refine the field of education.