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HOU is the sole Greek State University that provides distance education in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Consists of 4 Schools: Sciences & Technology, Humanities, Social Sciences, Applied Arts. Currently offers 6 B.Sc. and 26 M.Sc. programmes. As a tertiary educational institution, HOU's mission is largely identical to that of the other tertiary institutions of the country. However, its uniqueness lies in that it offers opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate study to wider social groups of the population, thereby making continuing education and lifelong learning possible for all.

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The Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute (CNTI) is a non-profit, non-Governmental, non-partisan independent Organization active in programs with future orientation in areas related to human brain-modern technology-social transformation and the repercussions of relevant research for humanity. CNTI was established in 1991 and currently has approximately 21 people working in its different departments.

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ASSERTED KNOWLEDGE (AKNOW) is a technical consulting and staff sourcing company providing highly skilled ICT services and staff to organisations.


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New Technologies and Learning in Europe (NTL; Neue Technologien und Lernen e.V.) is a non-profit association under German law registered since January 1993 to support the use of new technologies to innovate learning experiences for individuals, groups and institutions, to transform educational institutions and the development processes for competences by supporting front end scientific research, encouraging and facilitating networking on national and international scale and between the different groups of stakeholders in fields like in policy and administration, research, development and implementation, professionals, quality and user representatives.

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The Youth Career and Advising Center (JKC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation whose main goals and objectives are the development of social, educational and cultural programs as well as endorsement of civic initiatives and advancement of public service system. The main focus of the activities is dedicated to 4 topics: career education and guidance; effective communication and life skills; development education; organisational management.

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Helsinki October 29, 2005, and registered as an association in Helsinki April 17. 2006. Dafnord is active as a network of teachers of German as a foreign language (DaF) since 2002 and promotes the use of educational ICT in teaching German. There are German teachers from more than 60 schools in Finland involved in the Dafnord activities. More than 300 language teachers (DaF) from different countries (Poland, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Estonia, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, France, Rumania, Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium) belong to Dafnord.

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