Technology is a combination of communication, reservation, processing and
multimedia capabilities. The main role that is played by communication networks
is called information and communication technology (or: information technology
and communication). An important characteristic which Information technology
enjoys is that it promotes and facilitates the relationship between human with
human, and human with the environment due to its changeability and ability to have
a great impact on educational, cultural, economic growth, and also
globalization, IT is considered one of the most dynamic majors in science and
technology. Today, information and communication technology (ICT) is of
first-rate in education systems, but the origin of these saying is based upon
scientific finding particularly training sciences, developmental psychology,
knowledge and education capability. Under the aegis of IT, the inequities and the hand can be reduced and educational systems can be promoted knowledge and skill
of the learners thereby encouraging and improving creativity, critical thinking
and learning how to learn .
The most important benefit from ICT in education it is hoped for is improved learning outcomes. It would provide the necessary skilled workforce for the knowledge society while boosting the cost/benefit ratio. No less important is hoped to speed up the learning process making it on average much faster than today. Democracy would get to its full potential by democratization of learning, lowering all sorts of boundaries between students and knowledge while bringing knowledge to all students and the unlimited number of them. This hope is combined with already an urban legend that ICT will make learning and teaching much cheaper. Finally, while quality learning does require substantial effort from students and teachers, the process itself could be much easier and more pleasant. 
After the completion of this module, the teacher-student is able to use pedagogically suitable digital tools to enhance learning.
The ECTS system is used to calculate the study load of this module. 1 ECTS credit point is equivalent to 27 working hours, and the total ECTS credits of this module are 6 ECTS.