REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
This chapter presents a review of foreign and local literature and studies which have relevance to study.
Technology aids student expression .Present what they have learned. They can use software to make presentations and projects. This makes them more interested in the subject leads to better retention of information. With technological aids, they can make easy-to-remember notes and a creative presentation of the information they have acquired. It won’t be wrong to say that application of technology has made a student’s life easy. It’s easier for students to carry a PDA than carrying big fat books to school. An iPad is less bulky than a pile of notebooks or an eBook reader much lighter than a book. (Andersen and Becker, 2009)
Technology has revolutionized the field of education. The importance of technology in schools cannot be ignored. In fact, with the onset computers in education, it has become easier for teachers to impart knowledge and for students to acquire it. The use of technology has made the process of teaching and learning enjoyable. (Muir-Herzig, 2008)
However, it is important to realize that failure to present multimedia technology in an appropriate form can lead to negative results. The perception of display on a multimedia application is of significant importance in terms of transfer learning. In fact, too much multimedia stimulation can interfere with the deeper cognitive processing that is critical to learning (Mayer, Griffith, Jurkowitz ;Rofman, 2008).
According to them, technological devices may affect the learning performance of the student in negative result if they failed to use properly those devices in a right way.
In the field of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), the term “Net Generation” has been clearly defined by (Prensky, 2010) who states that Net Generation members are “digital natives” since they spent their entire lives surrounded by and using computers, videogames, digital music player, video cams, cell phones and all other toys and tools of the digital age” which make them different from the baby boomer generation.
According to Ryan Gertner