This book is a research that reports on the effectiveness of a suggested model of webquests and email for developing writing skills in college students as well as enhancing their attitudes towards writing. Set in five chapters, the book introduces the notion of WebQuests and e-mail as Internet applications that can effectively be used in language learning and teaching. Chapter II provides a rigorous review of relevant literature and introduces the suggested model that integrates emailing and webquesting for writing learning and teaching, against a solid backdrop of research findings. The book, in Chapter III, proffers an overview of the methodology employed in this study. Chapter IV reviews the findings of the study that indicate a substantial evidence that supports Internet-based instruction using the model of teaching and learning suggested. Though conducted in 2005, this research topic is still fresh, and is in dire need to replication and/or further re-examination.