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Definition of "e-learning" [e-learning]

  • An internet-based teaching system (noun)
  • Learning conducted via electronic media, especially via the Internet (noun)

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Use "e-learning" in a sentence
  • "Launched in July of 2000, it is called e-learning."
  • ""When you go to a conference you can sit in a room all morning and feel like you've heard all the speeches before," says Ian Usher, e-learning co-ordinator with Buckinghamshire county council and a TeachMeet organiser."
  • "This will provide children with numerous media-rich, e-learning opportunities so they can immerse themselves in virtual online courses from a variety of institutions such as the University of Phoenix or Open University in the U.K.."