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E-learning, also referred to as online learning or electronic learning, is the acquisition of knowledge which takes place through electronic technologies and media. In simple language,
e-learning is defined as “learning that is enabled electronically”. Typically, e-learning is conducted on the Internet, where students can access their learning materials online at any place and time. E-Learning most often takes place in the form of online courses, online degrees, or online programs. There are many e-learning examples out there, and we’ve covered those in greater detail in our previous articles.

Online learning has numerous advantages over traditional learning methods. Some of these include the possibility for students to make use of self-paced learning and to choose their own learning environments. Additionally, e-learning is both cost-effective and cost-efficient, as it removes the geographical obstacles often associated with traditional classrooms and education. Taking these benefits and many more into consideration, it becomes evident why the current trends in e-learning show remarkable growth for the industry. 

Worldwide e-learning revenue is expected to grow to $325 Billion by 2025, which is remarkable considering the fact that the number was three times smaller – $107 Billion, in 2015. With that being said, it must be noted that e-learning is not perfect. Conducting any of the various types of e-learning through the Internet means sacrifices in one way or another. Increased risk of cheating during assessments, social isolation, and lack of communicational skill development in online students are just some of the challenges of e-learning which need to be addressed. 

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Read our separate post on the disadvantages of e-learning in order to get a better overview of the drawbacks associated with e-learning. To give you some visual stimulus, here’s a short video to demonstrate what is e-learning:There are as many definitions of e-learning as there are educational scientists in the world. In order to get a better overview of the various academic definitions of e-learning, let’s take a look at some examples from different academic institutions and educational researchers. 

Sarah Guri-Rosenbilt from the Open University of Israel explored the exact definition of e-learning in great detail in her 2005 research paper “’Distance Education’ and ‘E-Learning’: Not the Same Thing”. She defined e-learning as electronic media used for various learning purposes ranging from conventional classroom add-on functions to online substitution for face-to-face meetings with online encounters. Clark and Mayer defined E-learning as instructions delivered through digital devices with the intent of supporting learning in their 2016 research paper “E-learning and the science of instruction: Proven guidelines for consumers and designers of multimedia learning.” Arkorful and Abaidoo defined e-learning as using information and communication technologies to for enabling access to online teaching and learning resources in their 2015 research paper “The role of e-learning, advantages and disadvantages of its adoption in higher education.” Ruiz, Mintzer and Leipzig defined e-learning as using Internet technologies for enhancing performance and knowledge in their 2006 research paper “The Impact of E-Learning in Medical Education.” Moving onto Internet resources, eLearningNC.gov has defined e-learning as learning by utilizing electronic technologies for accessing educational curriculums outside of traditional classrooms.

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