As part of the project to find a way of evaluating the contribution of learning technologies was to describe what precisely learning technologies and e-learning has to offer. There has to be some way of describing the contribution they can make that whilst not claiming to be unique is at least in the realms of it not having happened at the pace and could not have been imagined as occurring without learning technologies. In the past these differences were summed up in terms of the quantum of equipment, in the belief that whilst the effect was unknown, it must at least have the benefit of time saving. More recently, tools such as Generator were more systems based, enquiring by checklist what procedures were occurring. In the age of the Web2.0 generation, we believe it now needs to be described in terms of the behaviour it evokes in both learners, teaching staff and the wider college, such that its benefit is described in terms of the experience for learners generally and their experience of learning specifically. The same behavioural approach is true for how we might evaluate the effect on staff and the wider community providers support.