E-learning can be defined as computer based learning.  Due to the exciting way technology is changing rapidly, e-learning has evolved greatly in recent time.  With the new multimedia options available today, e-learning has becoming a much more engaging and productive technology option.

E-learning can be packaged as part of a blended learning solution, using a combination of delivery modalities.  These can include interactive methods, face to face communication, learning paths embedded with games, colorful graphics and listening exercises to name a few.  The concept of blended learning has aided e-learning growth.  The growth of revenue from e-learning is projected to continue at the current rate of 10% or higher each year.

E-learning solutions vary greatly depending on their objectives and content.  As internet speeds increase then the power of learning collaborative and sharing online can explode.  E-learning delivery and tracking is most commonly managed using software known as a Learning Management System or LMS.   When combined with the wide variety of tools that can be used for the design of the e-learning content, this combination can create powerful learning results.  Most modern e-learning methods are very interactive to captive the learner as part of their growth.

Look for e-learning growth to continue as new technology powers the evolution of exciting blended learning approaches ahead.