Distance learning is a much-discussed topic; however, it has found more space in the debates than in the practical reality due to a mentality not inclined to change. Due to the crisis of the last few months, the topic has become decidedly more current since distance teaching has proved to be the only methodology to continue teaching in the lockdown phase. But this change required all the protagonists of the training process (teachers, students, organizations, etc.) to change their habits using online training systems, which proved to be precious and indispensable for carrying out synchronous distance lessons, but the need to activating the aforementioned tools in the shortest possible time confused a simple digitization of the didactic processes with what should have been a change in the planning of the didactic necessary for the "digital" transformation of the teaching and learning process. For this reason, analysis and planning are essential for a successful distance learning.