Electronic learning means learning using technology and learning platforms. The e-learning training approach is conceived as a virtual instruction, carried out through content management platforms to carry out the teaching and learning process in a digital environment (Moreno-Guerrero et al., 2020). Thus, it is understood as an instructional process focused on the student. The teacher’s role is focused in guiding student learning in digital environments (Kim et al. 2019) or learning platforms which allow students to deploy their training anywhere, and at any time, even cooperatively using autonomy and responsibility from the students to follow a distance training process adapted to the particularities and learning rhythms of students. In this sense, this mode of instruction is adaptive and gives flexibility to the teaching and learning process. But reduces physical contact between people, needs a set of technological requirements for its effective development (computer, mobile devices, internet connection, among the most prominent), teachers material needs to be converted to a digital format, and all these tasks requires certain digital skills that teachers and students not always have (López-Belmonte et al., 2020).