E-learning is formally defined as electronically mediated asynchronous and synchronous communication for the purpose of constructing and confirming knowledge. The technological foundation of e- learning is the Internet and associated communication technologies. The benefits which students get from studying with e- learning are unlimited. Students who study English as a foreign language where e-learning is incorporated has become more interesting and active in learning. They show readiness to learn more, do more exercises, engage in extra work, and as a result, be better learners. E-learning can lead to many more benefits, such as to help students access learning materials whenever they like, to have access to electronic materials used in class and to discuss issues related to their course online.
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