Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B (2016)
Information and communication technologies (ICTs): Innovative tool of education
Dr. Shivendra Pratap Singh
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have brought in a convergence of the media along with the possibility of multi-centric participation in the content- generation and disseminative process. This has implications not only for the quality of the interchange but also for drastic upheavals of Centre-dominated mindsets that have inhibited qualitative improvement. Modern ET has its potential in schools, in the teaching of subjects, in examinations, in research, in systemic reforms, and, above all, in teacher education, overcoming the conventional problems of scale and reach through online, anytime, anywhere. There exists today a well-established publishing industry, including desktop publishing, with know-how and capabilities in producing kits, teaching aids, etc. There also exist production capabilities for audio and video, multimedia, broadcast channels, Internet connectivity, trained manpower, and institutions with these mandates that can be leveraged to address the challenges of education.rnA very important factor impelling change has been the technological explosion, particularly in the area of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies). Such technologies are double-edged swords. They allow People to contact one another and exchange ideas very easily in order to create communities built around common interests and common causes. They also make it possible for global corporations to move billions of dollars around the world with the click of a button.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Shivendra Pratap Singh. Information and communication technologies (ICTs): Innovative tool of education. 2016; 2(2): 87-89.