Digital Learning vs Traditional

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Literature Review
Digital Learning vs. Traditional Learning

We have entered an era in which children, teens, adults are exposed to digital techonology. This rapidly evolving information technology, has become a driving force of great change in all social institutions.
Digital technology revolutionizes many of the ways we receive and use information every day. the advent of digital technology touches almost every aspect of modern life and has transformed the means of communication immensely. Perhaps no area holds more potential for such transformation than education. Digital technology makes informative content easier to find, to access, to manipulate and remix, and to disseminate. All of these steps are central to teaching,
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Not only the spoken and the written word are combined and integrated with a pedagogical intention, but also, where this is required, image, audio and video information, animation and even virtual reality, for example in the form of three-dimensional spaces.
What we are faced with here is an accumulation, compression and intensification of presentation that has never been seen before, because it was never before possible.
What a difference there is between writing on a board in a classroom, graphics printed in a study letter, monochrome pictures in a textbook, which are usually much too small anyway, and the potential audiovisual land of milk and honey into which the digital learning environment can lead us.

Digital appeal to students
For many students, the presence of a digital learning environment is much more favorable rather than working through printed material with a pencil in their hands.
The fascination of being able to master or control a complicated system as though being an actor appears to provoke students to self-learning. This is when we realize the autonomy of digital learning over that of books.
The learning through digital media is preliminary to spoken. However when the printed word was appended to it, it was a sharp break with traditional. The digital learning to many is more intense, more diversified, concise and colorful. The facial expressions and body language of the character being visible triggers the learning process. It
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