Online education is a new venture that has evolved in the last two decades. Online education was initially targeted to remote locations with no schools. Classes were recordings of delivered courses with no synchronous communications. Now, online education has more needs to cover and more demands to satisfy. Today’s technology allows communication of data, voice, and video. Smart phones have cameras, microphones, internet access, and several programs for synchronous communications. The new generation was born with these technology and expects that the new education makes use of it. New courses are expected to be engaging and use diverse media while they challenge students and allows them to collaborate. Professionals have developed tools and methods that facilitate online education; e.g., tools that facilitate remote meetings; screen sharing; video editing; blogs; interactive webpages; learning management systems, use of short lectures, and self-managed teams. It is important to identify available tools and test them so tool recommendations can be given for specific needs or goals.