"The Internet as an Educational Tool Is Highly Overrated." Do You Agree?
Books, on the other hand, are trusted far better to be accurate but at the time of printing only, offer a more concise information base to look up queries, and are needed for in-depth analysis of the subject which the Internet might not give. Even though online books are sold and available online, they may not be reliable as a technological malfunction could corrupt or delete it and the information may be lost. Material available on the Internet is also nowhere near as thorough and as well-organised as a good reference library. There are also further limits of technology as a teaching tool in education. Students often face difficulties in looking at information from the Internet with a critical eye. We tend not to be skeptical and instead take every piece of information at face value. Though there is a wealth of valuable research information available, it is often difficult and time-consuming to find information on lesser known or lesser publicised topics since research engines are by protocol programmed to sieve out information on topics which have a high representation in the web.
Such drawbacks, however, do not outweigh the merits of the Internet as an educational tool. The Internet, being the medium of the future, is constantly evolving, and the countless benefits it brings will ensure that the Internet is given due recognition for its worth and is here to stay.
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