As the result of globalisation, the world nowadays has faced the dramatic revolution of technology. In the shortest amount of time, lots of high technology or also known as 'high tech' stuff and services are being invented and developed. High tech means the most advanced technology currently obtainable, the technology that is at the cutting edge. The introduction of computers, television, internets, radios, notebooks, e-books, email and a lot more high tech stuff has made learning process more convenient. The invention and evolvement of the high tech stuff and services are especially useful for educators. It is easier for the educators to teach, transfer and share the knowledge with their learners not only in their specific classroom, but with any learners in the world. The emergence of this leads to the smaller globe of education where everyone from any part of the world could access the knowledge provided from another part of the world easily. Based on Giddens who points out that "instantaneous electronic communication is not just a way in which news or information is conveyed more quickly" (1999, p. 11). Giddens further adds that the existence of the electronic communication modifies and gives a lot of impacts to both rich and poor people's life. As result of instantaneous communication, education is now can be easily accessible and transferrable as the famous saying goes 'education is now at the tips of everyone's fingers'. This is supported by Abdul Razak (2011, p. 62) in which he mentions that "The emergence of technology-mediated learning has revolutionised the teaching and learning process". According to him, the technology-mediated learning by using the high tech stuff has helped in the distribution of information and knowledge to millions around the world (2011).