Cybersmart: The Future of Education in the Age of the Internet

Abstract

The Internet, by its essence is a means of dissemination of information. Educational processes aim to disseminate organize and retain information. These two processes are made for each other. We expect major changes in the educational process will occur from the eventual availability of cheap and wide bandwidth (the capacity of a computer system to transfer and receive information) to the home and to the workplace. Students and educators will benefit from these developments.

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@inproceedings{Vasarhelyi2009CybersmartTF, title={Cybersmart: The Future of Education in the Age of the Internet}, author={Miklos A. Vasarhelyi and Lynford Graham}, year={2009} }