The rise in popularity of computing and internet use have been universally hailed as signs of great progress. Computers and the Internet are now used extensively in both our personal and work lives and have served to both increase our productivity, and expand our capacity for innovation in multiple sectors. However, there is also a dark side to computers and internet use that must be recognized and dealt with. For as with most human developments, if it can be used for good, it can most certainly be used for evil as well.
The Ghanaian education system today is in a bad state with massive failures in primary education, the length of secondary school cycles in constant flux, and the major universities altering admissions procedures and course materials.
The advent of the Information Age and the technology revolution has resulted in the transformation of many traditional industries and practices from retail shopping to word processing. The healthcare industry has not been left out and much advancement in healthcare training and delivery is a direct result of the technological advancements of the day.