Given the spread of high quality presenters over the three days of the conference, the European eLearning Summit in August deserved to have many more people attending than it did. The audience came mostly from the higher education sector (HE) but there were also private sector companies represented. A noticeable theme of the conference was that the HE sector would dearly like to make better use of learning technologies to help students on their courses. However there are several issues that need to be overcome before there is an easy way for universities to provide more e-learning content. The issues are: 1. large numbers of subject matter experts (SME), 2. motivation of SMEs, 3. easy to use technology, and 4. e-learning content that is accessible to all students.