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There is no denying the fact that Internet is a vast ocean of knowledge and information that you can utilise for various purposes. How many of you take out your smartphones and Google anything that perplexes you? Most of you would be doing that for sure. We check our symptoms, know about drugs and their dosage, look for problems related to computer programmes, search for recipes and whatnot. Precisely speaking, the Internet gives us the answer to most of our queries and doubts. Especially for the students who are preparing for some examination, the Internet is a boon. You can find information, explanations of the concepts, video tutorials, research papers and many such things which help you gain knowledge and insight. Learning has become easier for all and sundry thanks to the contribution of information on the internet.

Many of the individuals who are good at something are active on the internet educating others. The emergence of video tutorials and video streaming websites like YouTube has made sure that knowledge can be imparted in the most expressive way. There are many ways learning has become way easier due to the internet. The best part of the internet is that you do not have to pay for every bit of knowledge that you acquire on the internet. It is like free flowing knowledge which everyone can utilise. One reason why people are like to turn to the internet and share their knowledge is money. The advertisements that are posted on the website are great way to make money without asking the users to part with their money. The search engines like Google have also made searching for what you want quite easily. The search engines even anticipate your search and present you the results even before you have hit enter to search.

How the internet has made learning easier?

Video tutorials: It is a well known fact that when information goes to your brain through eyes and ears, it is more likely to stay. Through video tutorials on websites like YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, you can impart knowledge on various topics. The entire classroom session can be captured and posted on these websites so that the students may benefit from them.

Vast ocean of knowledge: Internet has an immense amount of knowledge which can be searched easily, thanks to very smart search engines like Google, which anticipate the users’ requirement and suggest them where to find the most useful information. The search engine programmes are so designed that the most relevant information is returned to the users.

Social media platform: Social media platforms are another great way to learn new things on the internet. The pages of social media websites are filled with information and knowledge which you may not find anywhere else. The best part of learning from internet is that you get updated and relevant information.

Mobile application: With mobile application becoming the buzzword now, they are an excellent way to learn on the go. Even when you are travelling, you can study about various topics on the mobile application. You just need to have a smartphone with internet connection.

Cloud services: Cloud services like Skydrive, Dropbox and Google Drive etc. let you store the information in the form of data online. This data can also be shared with people. These cloud services have made imparting and sharing knowledge even easier.

Internet and technology have both culminated in providing easy learning solutions for the users so that they can derive maximum knowledge as easily as possible. There are many websites which are dedicated to providing free knowledge to the users like Wikipedia, Quora.com, ask.com and many others.

The internet has brought learning to an altogether new level. However, technology has had a big role as well. Read all about it here.

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