In this chapter we present state-of-the-art quality concepts for digital learning which often lead to new learning cultures. Teaching and learning is changing with digital technology on the rise. But is the definition of quality and the method used to develop or assess quality also changing? We will show that that quality methods should be closely examined in order to be able to meet the requirements of learning in new digital learning cultures. It is our intention to elaborate on both quality concepts (a) the provider-centered understanding of digital learning as well as (b) the learner-centered view which is described as a new digital learning culture.

For digital learning - since it is a very fast changing market - it is not easy to make a long-term recommendation on a specific tool or criteria set. They exist in all kinds and shapes. However, the example of Open ECBCheck shows that several methods can be combined in order to reach a high consensus in the field of capacity building.