EOLAS is participating and has participated over the last years in numerous projects on topics related to (social) entrepreneurship, tourism, storytelling, creativity, education, ICT, energy and innovation, either as full partner or as a subcontractor to the lead partner or one of the consortium members.

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RSRC: Raising Strong and resilient Communities’

With the project the consortium wants to develop a set of educational tools that can be used in adult education (with a focus on non-formal adult education) focussing on active citizenship and participation.

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11 June, 2019

IN2IN: Invest in Innovation

The project focusses on the following areas of SME Innovation: Innovation – Creativity Generator at the work place, Creativity enhancing SMEs and more in detail micro-enterprises and finally, Knowledge Management for Innovation. It will attempt to become a tool that…

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5 June, 2019

NEBULA: Energy Efficient Building Learning Application

nEBULA provides the students and professionals with higher education levels in the areas of building, construction and energy with the skills and competences to upfront in a professional matter projects related to Energy Efficient Retrofitting.

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SPROUT: same profiles for unique training in ECEC service

The general objective of Sprout is to develop a strategic partnership between actors of ECEC European system to contribute to the professional development of those working in education of children enhancing the quality of initial and ongoing training through the use of EQF language and developing an experimentation of guidelines for in-service training activities.

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EDU-CODE: Fostering Coding Education in Europe

The project intends to deliver a completely innovative training system based on gamification and interactive tools, helping adults to acquire basic knowledge of computer programming and promote an active and conscious usage of IT tools in households.

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The SKILLS+ project aims to improve the competitiveness of micro-enterprises in ICT sector by introducing a soft skills development programme, and to encourage sustainable development of these companies.

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