Internet, foreign language education, technology, students
To say that the Internet has had an enormous impact on the world of education is to state the obvious, and the world of foreign language education is no exception. The advancement of Internet technologies necessitates the development of a new set of abilities in conjunction with more traditional language competencies: in addition to being able to write compositions and read newspaper articles, foreign language students need to know how to compose e-mail messages, perform searches on the Internet, and use online information. In other words, students have to be information literate to adapt to today’s increasingly complex multimedia environment.
"Developing Information Literacy Skills in the Beginning Language Classroom: A Case for WebQuests,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 64:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol64/iss1/7