Mathematics and computer science year one student says technology is the key for any society to move forward because now we are living in an information age.
In an interview at the open day on Sunday Wingki Mainapo said in the 21st century universities around the world now goes into paperless policy.
DWU is no exception as most courses now on moddle and it has proven that technology makes learning much easier.
Mr Mainapo said mathematics and computer science has groomed us to international standard and understanding the changing of technology.
Meanwhile a year final year student Ms Daisy Imatana added, technology plays a major role with the work of media as information dissemination and satellite television is a clear indication of computer age.
She said technology in the media is connecting Papua New Guinea as part of global village. But is also risk to societies because it shaped the behavior of people in societies violating laws of the society.
Ms Imatana urged all parents must not fail their duties particularly to discipline their children with good principles and values in life to ensure their attention not diverted by technology and ruin their lives.
In an interview she said, media technology creates an effective and efficient environment for the work of journalists in print media, TV, Radio and online much easier through networks and sending of information to other parts of the world.
Ms Imatana said maths and science activities link with DWU theme for the year, because without technology there will be no effective partnership and research as the theme stated.
By ELLIOT DAWEA
In Madang, PNG
Divine Word University