Digital technologies have not only deeply penetrated people's private and professional life, but have already significantly changed learning patterns. The emergence of Web 2.0 featured by its connectivity and broad range of accessibility is contributing to this change in remarkable ways by providing new opportunities for e-learning. With the emergence of these new participative functions of the web, new ways of cooperation and social networking are supported, facilitating knowledge exchange and collaborative content production (Ala-Mutka, 2008).
The main topics of the paper are the changes from learning 2.0 to learning 3.0 and how the concept of learning 3.0 impacts on e-learning in the lifelong learning in the next generation. First, the features and challenges of learning 2.0 will be suggested. Next, the keywords of e-learning from learning 1.0 to learning 3.0 environments will be presented. Lastly, how learning 3.0 can change the objectives, curriculum and evaluation of e-learning in lifelong learning and strategies for e-learning will be discussed.