I believe that it is far more important that teachers know what learning an elearning tool can facilitate, rather than how to use it. Which is why I have developed my interactive tutorials. These tutorials can be used by students and be used as a just in time resource for teachers. I firmly believe that we will get better buy in with elearning when we allow teachers to teach, but teach using a different set of pencils and exercise books and my tutorials facilitate this. What teachers need to spend more time thinking about is how to integrate their chosen suite of elearning tools into their class programme and how to manage equitable access to computers to facilitate the learning intended in a timely manner. In addition, teachers need to be shown how to use and re-use student generated work to build individual student capacity which by deliberately planning to use student work, immediately gives the work authenticity and relevance to their students. It is these practical issues that I cover in my workshops. These workshops have been designed to work in tandem with the tutorials. My workshops have been designed to demonstrate to teachers the how of elearning integration and to provide them with a range of practical teaching ideas based around the tools that they eagerly seek lists of via Twitter and elsewhere. Once teachers see how elearning tools can be 'layered' together to facilitate deeper thinking, this is when the light goes on and the magic happens. This is when teachers start to get elearning and want more.