Internet Effects

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Introduction

At the present time, technology has been part of our daily lives. The moment your alarm clock wakes you up in the morning, to the time you turn on your air condition to sleep at night, these tell us that we are living now in the modern world. Technology is anywhere in anytime. It has everything to offer.The internet is one of the products of technology. It is the general term that we use, while the World Wide Web is the specific term. With the use of computer and other devices/gadgets (cellphone, iPod, etc.) we can access the internet, and within the net we can go through different web sites that gives us information, services and entertainment. It can be applicable to all aspects of the society. It can be helpful in the field of politics, economics, religion, medicine, education, etc.

For this study, we will focus more on the effects of using the internet for education, of how it affects the academic excellence of a student. Mostly right now, students made surfing the net not just a hobby but a part of their lives, study, "student life". The library seems to be an old-fashioned to them. You can rarely see student that holds a book to research but instead their "notebook" or laptop, accessing the net. It really has a great advantage, with just one click all the information that you’re looking is there right in front of you. Less effort and time rather than going to different places if you are to research.¨

With this easy access to the information that we needed, thus, this make the students to study more or study less. This made them study more because of the linked information that will make you research more while this also can make them lazier, for they can be totally dependent on it, especially the "copy-paste" method.

The internet is the single worldwide computer network that interconnects other computer networks, on which end-user services, such as World Wide Web sites or data archives, are located, enabling data and other information to be exchanged.

Apparently, the internet is the world’s largest mail-order catalog. It is a product of the convergence of media, computers, and telecommunications. It is not merely a technological development but the product of social and political processes, involving both the academic world and the government.

The internet is a combination of several media technologies and an electronic version of newspapers, magazines, books, catalogs, bulletin boards, and much more. This versatility gives the internet its power.

Internet access can now be gained via radio signals, cable-television lines, satellites, and fiber-optic connections, through most traffic still uses a part of the public telecommunications (telephone) network.

The internet is widely regarded as a development of vast significance that will affect nearly every aspect of human culture and commerce in ways still only dimly discernible. It became widely used for academic and commercial research, with access to unpublished data and journals on many subjects.

The internet has various usage and benefits, such as helping people to seek data that could be accessed instantly and faster than browsing printed mediums (books, dictionaries, newspapers, etc...) and, if present, could start searching unlimited and broad information literally with a snap of a finger.

Many studies have proven that the internet is one of the most powerful sources of information in the world wide for all races and cultures. Some schools nowadays have eliminated the books and the notebooks and changed them with laptops and emails. An increasing number of young generations prefer this modern technology over the old ways in studying. Internet can be helpful indeed to both students and teachers in many ways and this is why!!!

Internet gives lots of advantages to us. There are advantages to use the internet. Firstly, internet has variety information. We...
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