The implementation of educational technology has been seen to have presented numerous benefits for many within our educational system. However, these technologies have also presented various challenges and unintended consequences. Some of those challenges being: accessibility, cost effectiveness, lack of support and technological know-how, credibility of resources, and reliability of software and/or hardware, to name a few. It has also been recognized that the pressure on teachers to implement technology in the classroom has been heavily influenced by society, administration, institutions themselves, and even through professional pressures from colleagues in the field who are trying to stay "up-to-date" in order to remain effective teachers. What this has meant for teachers and students within the classroom is a shift in the approach to learning. Our society has become even more inundated with technology and finding ways to implement it into our everyday lives and activities, yet at what cost? This book examines the use and role of technology within the classroom, as well as the advantages and disadvantages that may arise as a result of our growing reliance on technology.