In chapter 8 of "CALL Dimensions", Levy and Stockwell talk about the advantages of conferencing and its impact on the development of language learning. Audio and videoconferencing technologies have received increasing attention over the past few years and they are considered one of the major advantages of the Internet Technology. Conferencing enables students to communicate with native speakers, or even other students who are separated by distances and helps them to discuss matters in smaller groups similar to a classroom. However, there are still problems with this sort of technology. For instance, not all students have access to high speed internet and when it is used for teaching groups of students it can become more complicated. When more than one person speaks at the same time, teachers cannot differentiate individual voices. Do you think that the advantages of conferencing is more than its disadvantages? And can one suggest that it belongs to a certain group of students with the same skills and opportunities?