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E-education is becoming a reality that seems, because of use of technology for teaching and learning, to be more real for students than for teachers. In this contribution we on the one hand take a look at e-learning at the mezzo-level from the perspective of educational institutions. We tried to elaborate where they face obstacles, which are they and what mechanisms they work by. We focus on human resources and human skills and see technology partly as advantage and partly as disadvantage to implement e-education. On the other hand we look at e-learning at micro-level and discuss creating of e-contents and their use in (e-)classrooms. We are dealing with technology just as much as we are dealing with required skills and competences of teachers and students.