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E-learning has been practiced for over last two decades, and thanks to Internet penetration and free software it has spread all over the world. EMS is nowadays available everywhere from high schools to high educational universities. Such a major software product still lacks in covering certain areas of education world and conventional frameworks of eLearning are incapable of answering to those demands both for learners and tutors. Basically every researcher in educational context suffer from lack of internal or furthermore cross institute collaboration, which supports research in the best way and prevent from unnecessary efforts in the initial and latter steps of a research project. Web 2.0 has the potential to cover the lack of research collaboration with tools that includes collaboration, knowledge sharing and consequently collaborative learning. This paper reviews some frameworks of eLearning and introduces a new functional framework that aims to facilitate eLearning with research support embedded functionality. A case study has been conducted to analyze the current state of a university eLearning system and the framework potentials to improve that as an educational context. To evaluate the framework effectiveness a quantitative analysis has been conducted as well.