The authors proposed a content management approach to develop a Webbased learning platform that were implemented and used to support both presential and distance education. The project, named EFTWeb, focus on the need to support both content and context. It provided the basis for the current research concerning the impact of new learning approaches. This paper presents current research extending EFTWeb to provide a broader environment that takes advantage of e-learning concepts by augmenting the framework to include beyond content and context, the experience dimension. The augmented framework relates education activities with the individual, the group, and the community, addressing how e-learning can be used to support learning experiences.