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The American columnist Douglas Rushkoff once said, “Computers don't kill books; people do.” Our contemporary world proves these words since people use computers everywhere and education is not an exception. Some people consider using computers instead of books as an innovation whereas others say that books should not be denied.
To start with, computers are greatly convenient. You can take them anywhere and use one both at school and home. Students claim that heavy bags is not what they like, however all school books can be downloaded to a computer and that is a solution. Another advantage of using computers in the classroom is access to the Internet – an endless library where students can find information they need. Moreover, computers draw students’ attention, as a result a deeper knowledge and understanding. Scientists proved that it is easier to learn when you do something yourself. Students can create projects, presentations, compositions with the help of computers while gaining skills.
Drawbacks are also obvious, in particular risks computer brings. Frequent computer sessions may pose physical health risks for students such as visual strain and harmful effects of radiation. Furthermore, electronics are very expensive and it can be difficult to update so many computers every time, as well as buy software and hardware.
All in all, there would be both advantages and disadvantages in replacing books with computers. The best variant is to combine both ways of studying without praising or denying them. Computers are the wave of the future, but old fashioned learning techniques should not be forgotten.