Author: Aydin Aliyev1
1English Language Teaching and Literature, Baku Engineering University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Abstract: The present study meant to shed light on Azerbaijani undergraduate students’ readiness to use contemporary electronic devices in EFL classes. To get the required data, the researcher applied to the questionnaire. The survey took place at Qafqaz University (Current Baku Engineering University). By and large, 442 learners participated in this questionnaire with different English levels and class profile. The result of this investigation has revealed that modern technologies have become an integral part of the overwhelming majority of Azerbaijani undergraduate students. The findings also indicate that undergraduate students in Azerbaijan have a high potential to learn English through Web 2.0 technologies.
Keywords: EFL, Modern Technology, Language Acquisition, Web 2.0
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International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies
ISSN 2520-0968 (Online), ISSN 2409-1294 (Print), December 2017, Vol.4, No.3