The integration of digital technology has diametrically changed the learning
experience. Leveraging technology has been a key way to balance the learning mode.
The budding culture of smart classrooms with digitally equipped tools has changed the
pattern of education globally. Today it is progressively perplexing for the academic
community to fulfil their hunger for knowledge without using technology. The fusion
of conventional and digital classrooms is becoming almost impending. However, it is
also critical to comprehend the benefits and drawbacks of using digital technology in
the classroom. Technology can help to improve education quality, but it isn't enough.
The fundamental difficulties are in establishing proper technology usage. While digital
technology is becoming more widespread in schools and classrooms, academics and
practitioners are still grappling with how to optimize its influence on student learning.
The purpose of this paper is to look at the benefits and drawbacks of using a digital
classroom, as well as the key obstacles it poses. The methods that will be used will be
explanatory. The research will be theoretically grounded, followed by practical
experiences and a critical analysis of the literature on digital classrooms.