DIGITAL LEARNING: LEARNING ENGLISH IN THE DIGITAL WORLD OF THE 21ST CENTURY

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จิรารัตน์ ประยูรวงษ์ (Chirarat Prayoonwong)

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Nowadays, digital media technology is important in teaching English and plays a very important role in education, research for information and communication all around the world. The technology can make students more excited and pays more attention to their English studies. The more popular digital media technology used for learning English include blogs, Twitter, web application and YouTube. These can all help the students to develop their English and increase their proficiency which they can then use for studying and researching information by themselves, providing them with lifelong learning skills to completely and effectively live in the 21st century.

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