ng system in colleges and universities plays an important role in the availing information for coursework to students registered with the institutions. The tutors upload the necessary information on the developed program and the students access it with the help of an individual username and a password (Selwyn, 77). The use of technology in this manner is convenient to both the learner and the tutor because both parties are relieved from hard copies as sources of information. The use of hard copy is bulky in terms of carrying and expensive to purchase. Printing out of information on soft copy is cost effective compared to purchasing a published book. For these reasons, the availability of coursework in the form of soft copy through an E-learning system is beneficial in educating the students because it is conveniently accessible and inexpensive.
Implementation of digitized library systems in secondary and tertiary levels of education simplifies book searching, borrowing and returning. Instances where additional research or extensive reading on a discipline is a recommendation, visiting the library is inevitable. The automated access to published books by the tutee aids in proper management of time. The utilization of technology in this way wards off wastage of time by availing books with ease putting the learner at an advantage. In this case, technological education in light of time is effective.
The use of E-mails to communicate and face-face platforms such as Skype to name a few allow real-time interaction between the student and educator. For this reason, distance learning is popular. In both secondary and tertiary levels of education, individuals are able to learn with convenience by interacting with the tutor through a webcam or messenger irrespective of their location. Assignments and assessments are coordinated through e-mails and websites. Examinations and assessments are carried out on real-time basis where the learner submits and receives results when