The preceding chapters have largely adopted a student perspective on the experience of e-learning. In this chapter, we focus on e-learning from the teacher's point of view. This chapter summarises recent research on university teachers' experiences of teaching in situations where their students are expected to make significant use of e-learning, integrated with various faceto-face activities. The research we report is with colleagues in Australia and England, as well as some conducted by some of our research students. We draw out some of the implications of this research for thinking about the improvement of teaching and the design and management of courses.