Computer application in English language teaching has since reached pervasive stage in developed countries, but in many developing countries it is still at conceptual stage. This book surveys the level of the practice in Nigeria, which is one of the countries in recent promulgated policies and made a lot of efforts to integrate computers in education. The survey examines facilities, accessibility, awareness and support. The finding shows that many factors are militating against Computer Assisted Language Learning practices in Nigeria, and a lot need to be done to move the level from conceptual to integrative. The book extensively discusses the problems as well as the way forward.