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e-learning

[ ee-lur-ning ]
/ ˈiˌlɜr nɪŋ /
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noun

computer-based learning: E-learning encompasses skills practice, research, and communication.

adjective

of or relating to e-learning: e-learning tools;e-learning software.

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Origin of e-learning

First recorded in 2000–05; e-2 + learning

historical usage of e-learning

See internet.
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British Dictionary definitions for e-learning

e-learning

noun

an internet-based teaching system

Word Origin for e-learning

C20: e lectronic learning
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