Globalization is a key trend impacting on education, and this involves the creation of a global educational environment and attracting both students and teachers with various national and professional backgrounds. For such a diverse audience, the teaching models and methods applied should also vary. With this in mind, eLearning technologies make it possible to adapt both entire learning processes and individual components, such as content, assessment tools, teacher-student communication methods, etc.
This section will discuss the main problems faced by teachers and students working in intercultural groups, the possible solutions to these problems, and also more general issues related to the sociocultural phenomenon of online learning. It will also consider the impact of economics, politics and national norms on the development of the online educational environment, as well as ways of overcoming digital inequality throughout the world.