Adult Basic Education learners return to education to solve a problem of inadequacy in life. As a result many adult basic education learners engage in the learning of basic skills to meet their needs in life than for the education itself. Due to feelings of inadequacy, in many instances the adult basic education learner displays low beliefs in abilities and capabilities which if not properly managed and enhanced can negatively impact on learning and consequently the meeting of those needs which prompted the learner?s return to learning. With the rise of the use of digital media in education, it is important to investigate and describe how computer technology impacts on the beliefs of capabilities that adult basic education learners hold of themselves. This book also provides recommendations based on research findings.