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The use of technology in terms of learning. Impact of computer-related instruction on teaching and the learner. Benefits in education. Distance education and broadened educational opportunities; more equal access. Ability to reach nontraditional students. Satellite videoconferencing, Internet-based teleconferencing, interactive multimedia classrooms. Technology on college campuses; computer workstations, student laptops. Obstacles & challenges of technology.
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Higher Education
The Use of Technology
The use of technology is rapidly transforming the educational landscape, both in terms of how learning is taught by professors and how students learn. According to Piotrowski and Vodanovich, “Over the past decade, computer-related instruction has made an indelible impact on how students learn and how instructors teach at colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad” (48). While technology use in higher education is a phenomenon that is here to stay, there are many who take opposing views to its use and effectiveness. There is no denying that there are numerous benefits that accrue to users of technology in education. The Internet, World Wide Web, laptop computers, multimedia applications, and a host of software programs have put information from around

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