Over the last few years, the use of Information and Communication Technologies has increased exponentially, and some of these technologies are among the most used, such as Computers and Internet. With this boom in popularity has also come a rise in the need for implementing technology to our curriculum. In this context, very little academic literature exists on how to best utilize Information and communication technologies for improved academic performance and achievement, especially in developing countries. Traditional approaches to teaching and learning are no longer adequate, as technology has completely radicalized our day-to-day life. This book,therefore, provides a new metric of success for curriculum developers to the student-centered approach to teaching. The analysis should help shed some light on this new and exciting student-centered approach to teaching and learning, and how ICT positively impacts students'' study habits and academic performance and should be especially useful to professionals in Education and Communication fields,or anyone else who may be considering utilizing Information and Communication technologies as a supplement to teaching and learning.