It seems like e-Learning has been around for ages and there's a lot of great e-Learning modules available. However, many are complicated and expensive and a majority are purposed for the corporate training environment. Re-cutting them for the college market and cramming them into the curriculum won't work. The FE sector needs a different kind of e-Learning model.For me, the seductive power of learning technology lies in its ability to calibrate to different learning styles, paces and environments, offering a truly learner-centric approach, supported by tutors. We all agree that students learn in a different ways, so a key factor in motivating learners is to match course content to their own interests and customised personal learning journey. The problem is that the monolithic structure and architecture of our education system has traditionally forced us to standardise the way we teach and assess.