María José Luzón is Senior Lecturer of English in the Department of English and German Studies, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain. Her current research interests include genre analysis, especially online genres used in academic and professional communication, and the use of new technologies in English language teaching and learning. She is co-editor of Teaching Academic and Professional English Online (Peter Lang, 2009).María Noelia Ruiz-Madrid is Senior Lecturer of English in the Department of English Studies at Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain. Her research interest integrates language learning autonomy genre studies and ICT. She is co-editor of Towards the Integration of ICT in Language Learning and Teaching: Reflection and Experience (Universitat Jaume I, 2006) and Pedagogical Reflections on Learning Languages in Instructed Settings (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007). María Luisa Villanueva is Senior Lecturer at Universitat Jaume I, Spain. Her current research focuses on the relation among genre studies, new literacy and ICT. She is the main researcher of GIAPEL (Multilingual Group of Research), Co-Director of the First International Conference on ICTs and Autonomy Applied to Language Learning (co-organized with CRAPEL, 2004) and Co-Director of Master CIEL (Intercultural Communication and Language Teaching).