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This paper discusses computer technology as a teaching tool for e-learning to college students in higher education. With the Internet, students can have access to libraries many times more extensive than libraries in their schools or communities, and can take advantage of information that is up-to-date, not found in their textbooks, and perhaps unfamiliar to their teacher. Interactions through email have been shown to be motivating factors for students to improve their reading and writing skills. Email also allows students to collaborate with people not physically present, over large distances. Computer technology plays an important role in e-learning.
Date of Conference: 22-24 Jan. 2010