?eLearning Theories & Designs? is a tailored book for new learners and practitioners in the field of blended education. The book presents a holistic view of how to implement learning theories while you design your learning. It allows the reader to swing between different theories while put into practice, especially for the new learners in instructional design who can gather from the practices and case studies valuable information on how to approach their designs. it also explains how communities of practice can have an impact on people?s learning and how to transform such communities into schools for the enhancement of after school activities. Therefore, teachers can also benefit from the book as many parts of it are considering course designs and techniques on how to implement good practices in blended learning environments including feedback, engagement, and motivation. The Chapters of the book go from simple theories and approaches put into practice for simple course designs, then they expand into expertise techniques like needs assessment, writing LPOs, and learning modules to end up with program design and evaluation.