Online learning is one of the components of the broader category of distance learning. This mode of learning generally refers to any learning where the instructor is separated from the students by either, time or location. For a long time, this kind of learning has gone on in form of correspondence studies. There are two types of online learning that are common in today’s online practice. They are asynchronous and synchronous forms of instruction (Kevin, 2009). Synchronous literally means at the same time. In this type of training, the learner interacts with the instructor through the web in real time. In asynchronous training, the student receives work from the instructor for completion at one’s own time of convenience (Fisk et al, 2009).