Technology in education is becoming increasingly significant in rapid learning. Learning technology refers to using information-related technologies to improve understanding, teaching, and evaluation. In other words, it acts as a catch-all term for communication, information, and technical tools that help improve learning, teaching, and evaluation.
Tutorials, simulations, productivity tools, communication tools (such as email), and other learning technology tools fall into many categories. Simulations model an experiment or scenario, and tutorials systematically teach new concepts. Word processors and spreadsheets are examples of productivity tools utilised in typical workplaces but aren’t necessarily designed for educational reasons. Teachers, too, benefit from learning technology to improve their online teaching expertise. This allows educators to communicate study material to students via online teaching easily.