Technology and Learning
A computer with good software can produce a quality learning with respect to certain work procedures, but also a misuse of this can yield very serious learning difficulties for the student. At times we met people who wonder: Does the use of the media and in particular of computers automatically lead to effective learning. Simply the answer without hesitation is that NO. In this sense, the way it is used, the motivation to provide the adjustment of educational needs, including other issues, is what will lead to better learning. 5 As you purchase a computer culture, society will be better able to solve their problems. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from ConocoPhillips. Computers and Education are not an end in itself nor can we place them outside the social context. At this point analysis is not whether computers should be part or not of the teaching-learning process, discipline or subject, that a large majority agrees, the problem is in what way we can and should help to enrich the work of education of future professionals that society needs? CONCLUSIONS It is unquestionable that the Information Technology and Communication (ICT) are present as part of the technological culture that surrounds us and with which we live. They had a huge impact on all spheres of society, expanding our physical, mental and social, and evolution proceeds in leaps and bounds ever suspected.
ICTs have a major impact on the ongoing teaching and learning, delving into the advantages and problems caused by this new challenge for education, concluding that higher education using technology to prepare students for the workforce that is increasingly technologised and to equip them with learning skills that will last a lifetime. Bibliographic REFERENCES 1 Introductory material to item II in Multimedia for Graduate Education in the Information Society and Knowledge. 2 Gonzalez, AP (1996).