Internet technologies have been adopted for multiple applications like E-Government, E-Learning, and E-commerce. Many prior studies have found out that internet provides many advantages. For instance, Flexibility and efficiency are primary advantages which can be achieved. However, Internet has several disadvantages in name of cyber fraud, cyber bullying, and cyber terrorism etc., which remain as some serious threats to society. Recent reports have found that such incidents have been increasing in number and so are the victims and losses.
The immense growth in science and technology, especially in the communications sector has had a far reaching impacts on various aspects of human life. One of the areas of human life which has benefitted enormously from the technological breakthroughs in the digital world has been the field of education which has been drastically transformed. In the earliest years of the digital revolution, computer aided education revolutionised teaching and learning in the classroom but now, with the coming of Web 2.0, the whole concept of education relative to the outreach and individual learning that is possible have become great. MOOC platforms which allow students to access learning in any other part of the world has been a great enabler and has bridged the educational divide to a great extent. In order to understand the various principles of learning and teaching which are part of the MOOC experience, enrolment in two courses, from different universities revealed the wide variety of programs available and the manner in which these platforms can be used to provide education to people across the world, generally at a fraction of the cost and sometimes even free.
With the industrialization and modernization, information technology has been growing strongly, which is a great leap forward for Vietnamese science, contributing to the success of innovation in general and economic thinking renovation process in particular. It can be said that its great impact on the economy is marketing activities in many aspects. The evolution of the Internet has changed the consumer’s habits. In addition to the traditional media such as television, newspapers, online marketing has been developing, bringing high efficiency for businesses. The Internet has become a revolution in the information society, Internet applications are increasingly explored in activities catering to the needs of people, from the study, leisure to shopping, management activities, promotion, product launch and brand awareness maintenance.
There are always things that distract you from studying and doing homework,So Managing your time is really important in college because you have to maintain your personal life with school work, you have have some sort of a time management system that best fit for your. A planner is a really good way to manage time because you can plan your day out of the things you need to do. Following your daily schedule will help you accomplish lots of work. Doing your most important things should be first like school work because teacher set specific deadlines, and you wouldn 't want to procrastinate and not get it done. Once you are finish you can do whatever else is least important.
It provides a nice way to physical development and proper means of learning. Basically internet has totally changed the living standards of everyone including the youths of the country. Internet has not only impact in a negative way but it has the advantages on the Bhutanese society. Live has changed drastically since the introduction of media as a form of internet in Bhutan and it is now playing a vital role in this
Students feel that its their right to prioritise activities they need. In some cases students argue that some universities do not allow them to attend internship, workshops and extracurricular activities, which will help them to develop their life skills. Students blame the professors as one of the reasons for not attending the classes, because students feel that professors are making the lectures very boring. In some case students say that professors themselves do not understand the subject and they merely give examples from the books, which is very boring. To students, sitting in such classes is very boring (Chaudhari, 2017).
Similarly, the online classroom has become a new way of communications in modern society. It is a convenient way that people make teaching video on the Internet, spread and learn from each other. But, is it really suitable for all students? Does it have its limitations compared to the traditional classroom? Undeniable, even traditional classrooms need to spend a lot of resources, traditional classrooms are still the mainstream of modern life.
Owing to it, most of the universities are offering distance learning programs and degrees. Even the corporates are also opting for these learning processes to train their employees for better outcomes and knowledge enhancement. They hire professionals, may be individual or a company, who prepares E-learning material and various softwares and subsequently provide training either in person or through online medium and also track their performances. All this and much more is possible because of the appropriate usage of digital media. While the current generation is taking complete advantage of the digital media, they fail to realise that the main factor that has given rise to it is the Internet.
ICT is changing and advancing. For example in the last decade these technologies have become compulsory in our daily life. • The Internet • Social Networking • E-mail • Credit Card • Personal Computers • Mobile Phone • Television The Internet The Internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to link devices worldwide. The internet has developed to give us many benefits, you can access to information being one of the most important. Students can now have access to libraries all around the world just by a click.
The advent of the Internet has already changed people’s work patterns and lifestyles. A growing number of universities are now considering e-learning education, which allows them to complete a degree more easily. The e-learning expert Rosenberg thinks that e-learning is to use network technology to strengthen the knowledge transfer and job performance of a series of solutions. He points out that e-learning based on three criteria: first, e-learning connected into a net, which means it can updates, storage, use, distribution and share the teaching content or information; Second, e-learning using standard network technology, through the computer to a terminal students; Third, e-leaning focuses on the macroscopic study, which beyond the traditional