Educational technologies and their application to the class of literature, understood in the broadest sense of the term for what I propose can be applied to any subject matter related to general and any academic level.After a brief introduction to the didactic utility of some of the latest technological advances, I discuss a number of useful activities and practicable for the teacher of literature can do with the various means at its disposal, basically, I group these exercises into three different : media, personal computer use and the possibilities that Internet offers students of literature. As media, in literature class we can use the audio player or cassette format either as CD, to hear music.Sometimes it’s music, somehow related to the time or place that serve as context to the author or literary text being studied. The computer has become, without doubt, an essential element in the teaching-learning process of many subjects related to science and technology. In the field of humanities, and in the case of literature, the computer will be used primarily for specific activities and timely as the preparation of written assignments, preparation of oral presentations, etc..Internet is a window into the world of information, of course, is essential to know today. For the student of literature, the Internet provides countless possibilities related to their field of study as it allows you to access library catalogs, electronic journals, specialized pages or authors in the study periods and even the reading of original texts and complete from the monitor their computer. The email provides direct communication between students and the teacher, and monitor who gets more and more individualized job development and their students. Technology and education The impact of technology in the educational process has generated a diversity of approaches and concepts demonstrate the degree of interaction and dynamism of this impact.