The Growing Need for the Internet Anyone alive today has surely heard of the Internet. Kids growing up today have been in contact with it since they started school, and adults are now becoming Internet junkies. The Internet is continuously changing, growing, and improving. It is now an information and communication tool you cannot afford to ignore. This paper will help you understand why you should know about it.
Nowadays, internet is the one of the most crucial inventions in this era. As we all know there are many advantages of using the internet. It is depends to us how smart we are to use it cleverly. In this era, internet is mostly used by all groups of people. They communicate with each other through internet connection.
The effects of this ability to transfer information is substantial for business, it opens up a huge customer base. With billions of potential customers business shows the greatest effects of the internet. The real cause for the adaptation of the internet in every day life starts with education and incorporating the internet into everyday life. In the last twenty years the internet has slowly infused itself with the education of students at all levels. The internet is the largest source of information, it has become a largely successful part of the educational system.
Students are able to use the Internet anytime of day, as long as they have a computer at hand. The research process will not have to end when the school day is over (Wissick, 82). Along with using the World Wide Web for researching purposes, e-mail has become a very commonly used feature. Students and teachers can communicate outside of the classroom any time of day. In addition, this also opens up the idea of an online community center.
However, the internet has been moving at such a rapid pace that this information has become as easy as typing in a few words in order to find almost all information about one's interest. As one author stated, " Education is more accessible than ever before in human history, thanks entirely to the Internet...the internet has also allowed millions to receive an education without ever leaving their homes" (Jackson). EBooks, Google, and other search engines have allowed for most people to gain uncomplicat... ... middle of paper ... ...as an advantageous and a legitimate way to learn and study. In addition, the number of internet users makes online classes and other forms of online studying a growing market. In fact, more students and educational institutions should accept and implement more internet-based activities and classes.
To date, 1.7 billion people worldwide use the internet. The internet, good and bad, and yet it is entwined in almost every humans life. It has grown over the years and now basically keeps out world connected and unified. Around the globe people depend on the internet for everyday task such as communication, file sharing, and storing data. It is beneficial to the youth of learners by allowing access to information not easily obtainable by searching through books.
History of the Internet Works Cited Buick, Joanna and Jevtic, Zoran. Introducing Cyberspace. New York, NY: Totem Books, 1995. Crick, Prof. Rex E. E-Mail History. [Online] Available http://www2.uta.edu/geology/compulit/mailhist.html, December 20, 1999.
In 1969, the USA army made communication network that is only for military uses, but years later this network have been developed and improved by some communications company then it was called the internet or WWW, which means world wide web. Since then, it was opened for the public. The advantages of the internet are a lot compare to its disadvantages, but I will mention some advantages that have impact on people because it needs a lot of writing and research. First, it combined the three forms of media ( reading, watching and listening) into one, you can hear the radio, watch the news and read a magazine at the same time. It also took the place of the phone,... ... middle of paper ... ...ntertainment.
Internet and Education Since the Internet was created it has always had an effect on education. After military establishments Universities were the first real contributors to the Internet's structure. The Internet has vastly improved education. There are so many ways that education and the Internet are connected these days. Almost every textbook has a corresponding Internet sight including the one for this course.
Millions of people worldwide are using the Internet to share information, make new associations and communicate. Individuals and businesses, from students and journalists, to consultants, programmers and corporate giants are all harnessing the power of the Internet. For many businesses the Internet is becoming integral to their operations. Imagine the ability to send and receive data: messages, notes, letters, documents, pictures, video, sound- just about any form of communication, as effortlessly as making a phone call. It is easy to understand why the Internet is rapidly becoming the corporate communications medium.