During the last few years ,the number of teachers using Computer-assisted Language Learning (CALL) has increased markedly and numerous articles have been written about the role of technology in education in the 21st century. Although the potential of the Internet for educational use has not been fully explored yet and colleges and schools still make limited use of computers, it is obvious that we have entered a new information age in which the links between technology and TEFL have already been established. As the use of weblogs (blogs) becomes increasingly popular, many language teachers have incorporated them into their courses to engage students in discussing course materials, to foster a sense of community, and to enhance learning. Educators are recognizing that in addition to providing authentic and flexible learning environments, computer-based resources can be an ideal location for reflective and collab¬orative learning. Blogs are one example of this type of resource.