Developing e-learning is more expensive than preparing classroom materials and training trainers. Today, elearning reaches a wider audience. Preoccupied with the difficulty of attending traditional classroom instruction "preoccupied with work or family commitments that do not allow them to attend courses on certain dates and on a particular schedule; located in conflict and post-conflict areas and whose mobility is restricted for security reasons; restricted from attending class sessions due to cultural or religious beliefs; encounter difficulties in realtime communication (for example, foreign language learners or very shy students) appears to be an effective method. In this article, literature studies on e-learning methods are presented.
e-learning, education, management