Definition of e-learning in English:

e-learning

Syllabification: e-learn·ing

noun

  • Learning conducted via electronic media, typically on the Internet: successful e-learning depends on the self-motivation of individuals to study effectively [as modifier]: e-learning software
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    • It also contains an internet café, allowing sailors to use the internet for e-learning packages, research, or simply for leisure.
    • In this regard, the classroom has got a head start on e-learning.
    • The strength of e-learning is also its weakness.

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