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Improvements in technology are paving the way to provide better opportunities to increase better learning and teaching in the higher education system. Nonetheless, views on the efficiency on technology are divided over such an approach and the degree to how much technology should be allowed in teaching and learning. This article explores the advantages and disadvantages of using such technology to direct teaching and learning.
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