Navigating the Digital Horizon: Enhancing English Language Education with Technology
This article examines the impact of integrating digital tools into English language classrooms. It begins by emphasizing the growing role of technology in education and its specific relevance to English language learning. The article offers insights from a literature review and survey results, highlighting the benefits, challenges, and potential of using digital tools. It concludes by underlining the dynamic nature of language education in the digital age.
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