The contribution analyses evaluation methodologies and innovative measurement tools, used in the academic field with the support of digital tools for teaching and classifiable under the name of e-learning. The use of digital technologies in evaluation processes allows us to analyse not only unidirectional (teacher-student) or bidirectional (teacher-student-teacher) processes, but also multidirectional (teacher-student-environment). The concomitance of the three different evaluation processes (mono, bidirectional and multidirectional) favours the constructive action that Scriven attributes to formative evaluation (Tessaro, 1997, p.72); that is, aimed at satisfying the needs of consumers for a constant improvement of the training process. A multidirectional action which therefore includes the delivery environment as an actor in the evaluative-constructive process. The contribution therefore intends to demonstrate how the constructive function of evaluation perceived by Scriven can today be enhanced using innovative technological tools for teaching and learning.