AbstractIn the Information Society, Lifelong Learning (Lifelong Learning) is becoming a necessity and information and communications technology is most appropriate support for learning in general and in particular the continuous learning. In recent years both the U.S. and the EU have developed important activities to promote ICT in the learning process, the term e-learning becoming global. This is evidenced by the large number of projects initiated by the EU, but also by increasing the number of universities that use the platforms and e-learning systems. Electronic learning or e-learning involves using new media technologies and the Internet to improve the quality of learning by facilitating access to resources and services, remote information exchange and collaboration. The most common Elearning systems are the learning management systems (LMS, Learning Management Systems) and learning content management (LCMS, Learning Content Management Systems) in different variants. According to analysis conducted by experts "blended learning", which uses a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning modes (with and without teacher) seems to be the most desired and most widespread form of e-learning.
e-learning, lifelong learning, LMS, LCMS, blended learning