Its technology has invaded all aspects of life, spanning from economic and business procedures to simple day to day interaction.
He serves as the Studio's sports and recreation section expert.
Mc Coy is a journalism graduate of Ryerson University.
Instead of playing board games that focus on education, students can learn the basics of spelling, counting and other early educational lessons through computer games that make learning fun.
Web-based science and math simulations allow students to learn important concepts with virtual labs.
Some sites, such as Glovico, are used to help students learn foreign languages online by pairing a group of students with a teacher from another country.
In younger grades, teachers expose children to computers through educational games.When this is the case, the students' education can suffer.But thanks to technology, students can use the internet to virtually attend web seminars ("webinars") put on by museums and other educational institutions.In conclusion, computers have a profound effect on modern life with the business sector and communication being the ones influenced the most.As their advancement continues, so is their influence expected to extend.The 21st century can be characterized as the computer century.Computer revolution was initiated after World War II and is continuously evolving ever since.Moreover, and even when this knowledge was both sufficient and qualitative, its interpretation and exploitation were so complex and time consuming, that yet again the need of an information processing tool, was apparent.Lengthy, intricate, financial management and business organization procedures demanded an efficient apparatus, to simplify daily work load. Since its birth, computer has had massive impact, on the way world is perceived.NASA, for instance, offers a program that allows students to talk to astronauts in space.Toronto-based journalist William Mc Coy has been writing since 1997, specializing in topics such as sports, nutrition and health.