Document Type : Original Article


1 PhD in Geotechnical Civil Engineering, Director of Tedin Smart Schools, Amirkabir, Iran

2 Master's degree in Persian Language and Literature, Primary Teacher, Iran

3 Graduate Diploma in Librarianship, Primary Teacher, Iran

4 Bachelor of Criminal Law, Primary Teacher, Iran


The present study examines the impact and role of technology in teaching and learning. Despite its short life, E-learning has entered well into all aspects of the educational system and has become widespread. Due to its special features, this system of education has found its place among educational experts and has been the focus of countless educational systems. Various reports published by organizations such as UNESCO indicate that information technology has caused fundamental changes in the learning process. Today, according to the diversity of societies, people, their creativity and interests, there is a need for diversity of learning methods and this requires a new form of education that has sufficient flexibility in this field. Recent developments in the computer industry and multimedia systems have provided ways to improve learning and better access to information. Computer-based instruction, which is often reciprocal or interactive, relies on the use of multimedia devices. Multimedia environments have created qualitative and fundamental changes in the learning process by increasing productivity. This evolution, which initially started with the employees training in institutions, has now reached the classrooms of advanced countries, and now in these countries, multimedia software packages for teaching high school and even elementary lessons are offered in various languages.


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