I used this more in my previous role for writing learning objectives. I still use it in my current role but we tend to produce learning that is aimed at a large and diverse group of staff, so it is largely aimed at the lower levels of Bloom's taxonomy. When I was in adult learning, we worked with smaller groups and often developed a series of courses, where we wanted to see progression from basic to higher level skills. It was perfect for that.
My personal opinion is that basic eLearning (where you work through a standard package) is more geared towards knowledge, comprehension and application. The higher levels might be better achieved through real-life, on the job experience. I really like this image, which shows the six stages, along with some verbs that are good for starting each learning objective.