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World Journal of Engineering
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Abstract

COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING: A BOON OR A BANE

Mr. Pushan Ghose*

ABSTRACT

Technology in the form of gadgets and applications has penetrated every sphere of our lives. People of different ages use technology for every task, from the mundane to the profound. There is a gadget for this, there is an app for that. We commonly hear these words in everyday conversation. It is no surprise then that the field of education has come under the same onslaught. Everyone from students, parents, teachers, schools, private organisations, governments seems to have a say in how technology will transform education. Schools assess their own progress based on technology integration. Parents assess the quality of schools based on technology integration. Students think that more technology means the school is advanced. The Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) programme is an endeavour to make the content of textbooks easier, interactive and more stimulating. The main task of the programme is to develop interactive education software, based on the national curriculum. The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) is a boon or a bane when educating students.

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