In recent times, the ways in which people communicate have changed significantly, and new technologies are increasingly being used for communication in everyday life. The barrier of connecting between one area and another area has decreased. Furthermore, the advantages of modern technologies are more convenient than in the past. The term modern methods of communication can be defined as the new ways of contacting, which are advantageous for human relationships and these modern technologies that give advantages to the values of society or to the principles of a community. Therefore, modern methods of communication have amplified the values of society, because they are useful for everyday life and offer more benefits than detriments for it. This can be argued by demonstrating three aspects of modern methods of communication in how they advance educational opportunities, how medical science has been encouraged and how mobile phones allow instant connection worldwide.
Educational opportunities are more accessible by new telecommunication methods.
Generally, telecommunications such as broadcast satellite and television can be used to support education systems worldwide.
Specifically, learners from different areas can be taught even in large groups or from remote areas and this can significantly reduce unbalanced learning among society, especially in developing areas.
Hanna (2010, pp 176-177) claims that, the education process in Pakistan has launched such new technologies as broadcast satellite to enhance learning in different areas. This program allows students from disadvantaged places to receive the same quality of education as students from cities with adequate education facilities. Students from 60 cities in Pakistan enrolled in this program to learn from satellite, television, and consequently, students in different locations were taught the same as if they were studying at the main university that give the lesson. The achievement of this program enables supports students to use technologies to access learning anywhere in the world. Additionally, education by television is used to support large group of students in urban and remote areas as a learning course in China. For this reason, approximately 100,000 students have graduated from this program every year. Hanna further elaborates that the broadcast satellite has provided 200,000 young students in many rural areas with access to an education regardless that they live in remote rural areas. (2010, p 177)
It is evident that students from different countries have more opportunities for studying, because the advances of modern methods of communication such as the satellite, and education by television can be used on a national scale as well as a worldwide one. These technologies have created better connections between different areas which previously relied on traditional methods such as small class sizes, specific time schedules, and a limit of lecturers which could not be...