Effect of Media Technology on Learning Behavior.

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Effect of Media Technology on Learning Behavior.
In the mid 1990’s, the evolution of media industry had bring a huge change to the country when the government changed the fundamental of broadcasting services, with the amendment to allow the satellite television broadcast. Besides that, the government also allows and gives licenses to some of television stations and private radio to boost the development of mass media in Malaysia. The result, media had been the main contribute to the lifestyle of the youth nowadays. (Samsudin A.Rahim, 1998 : 92). Misuse of electronic media can invite the occurrence of various effects on society, especially the youths comprising of students. It is natural for the youth ages to be easily influenced with cultural complacency. Furthermore, the diversity of electronic media such as television, tape recorder, video, radio / cassette, 'overhead projector' (OHP), slides, computer, and now is the existence of mobile phone 3G facilities supplied indirectly a strong impact on students' behavior. According to the ‘Kamus Dewan’ Fourth edition, it described media electronic as tools or communication’s channel which use electronic tools such as radio, television and others (Noresah, et.al, 2005: 1011). In this study, the electronic media scope focus on television, radio, computer, Internet, and mobile phones. During the past five years, students have become more tech-savvy, classrooms across the nation have become “wired” and textbook publishers now offer several of computerized teaching supplements. The learning process at the present time use more advanced equipment and technologies such as computers, projectors, Internet, video, voice recording, mobile devices and so on in order to facilitate the teaching and learning process and at the same time attracts the students and teachers to be more effective and efficient besides not being left behind in the worlds technological stream evolution. Lowerison, Sclater, Schmid, and Abrami (2006)...
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