E-classrooms provide a unique opportunity to use technology to implement prompt feedback and thereby augment the current classroom experience. Coordinating various instructional streams with student assessment and feedback will provide the means for instructors to know when and if their intended message was communicated to their students, permitting instructors and students to react quickly when there is a gap between intent and understanding. Further, developing a flexible instructional infrastructure will create a bridge between course objectives and course assessment, classroom instruction and student feedback, and seat-time and study-time. By developing this framework within an e-classroom, information can be gathered to measure student, instructor and organizational achievement and to assist in improvement.