Aim of this study is investigating Turkish Language and Literature pre-service teachers' self-efficacy beliefs of educational internet use. Sample of this study consists of 59 volunteer students studying in Turkish language and literature department of Gazi university's education faculty during 2017-2018 autumn semester. Descriptive survey model is used in this research. "Personal information form" and "Self-efficacy beliefs of educational internet use scale developed by Sahin (2009)" were used as data collection tool. Obtained data was processed and then t and chisquare tests were applied using SPSS 24.0 software. According to results it is determined that students feel themselves adequate in terms of educational internet use with respect to the average grade they got from scale. It is also determined that scores students got from scale don't show a significant difference with respect to gender, grade level, average of academic achievement, graduated high school type and time spent at computer variables.