E-learning types

Synchronous E-learning:

It means the  educational technology and techniques that depend  on the Internet to present and share lessons and research topics  between the learner and the teacher at the same time of the actual teaching of the material, such as instant conversation  or receiving lessons through  virtual classrooms.

 Asynchronous E-learning:

 The learner receives  intensive lessons or classes according to a planned course in which he/she  selects the suitable times and places by employing some of the e-learning techniques such as e-mail and videos. This education is based on the time spent by the learner to acquire the skills targeted in the lesson.