Discover the dissemination of the SOLE SOCIAL

All the events dedicated to the dissemination of the SOLE SOCIAL

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  1. CEEDCV from Spain
  2. ND.G. Formation Profesional Generalitad Valenciana from Spain
  3. BFI OO from Austria
  4. IL GECO ASSOCIATION  from Italy
  6. URAL STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY in Yekaterinburg from Russia
  8. GEODATA siti emozionali from Italy
  9. MAYOR from France

All transnational meetings that will take care of the creation and the future development of design ideas


All multiplayer events that will be created to increase the efficiency of the entire education project


All intellectual outputs of the protagonists of the project SOLE SOCIAL that consolidate social formation



The CEEDCV is a Specific Distance Education Centre. It’s the only free public center of Valencia with a full range of courses for over 18 years away. With curricula adapted to the characteristics of adult learners, it represents the opportunity to access the teachings of great demand.


Faculty committed, permanent information and an open educational system are its hallmarks for a target centered in order to respond to the needs that method. It’s methodology is based on personalized attention tutorial in teaching materials for self-learning, the use of new information technologies and communication, all available to staff training project chosen.


The CEEDCV possible to combine family life, work and training thanks to extended hours. Organizes weekly whit tutoring sessions, personal, individual and collective. Offers educational provision leading to formal qualifications and enabling increasingly necessary continuing education of adults.

Elena Ortiz, Pablo Moreno & co


Civil Service and Public Authority in the field of Education and Culture of the Region of Valencia and responsible , among others, of VET studies.


Our public institution is a directorate of education in the region of Valencia managing 218 centers where VET and High professional studies are offered. It has promoted , participated and advised on various measures of European placement programs ( Petra I, Leonardo da Vinci I and II , Socrates, etc. . ) And PAP .


It has a department of European programs to promote and manage the participation of VET students and teachers of vocational training in stays such as Leonardo da Vinci (projects with quality certificate ) and enhance the participation of students in higher grade in the Erasmus program as well as in the rest of PAPs.

Valenciana Authority


The Berufsförderungsinstitut Oberösterreich (BFI OÖ) is an Upper Austrian vocational training institution that meets the new requirements of labour in the 21st century. It has become a market leader in all forms of re-entry into the job market, second-chance education and vocational qualification in health, social and other service jobs with 42.000 participants per year.


One special focus of educational activities lies on training schemes aimed at the (re-)integration of unemployed persons or persons disadvantaged in the labour market . The pertinent educational and occupational schemes are designed and organised in close co-operation with the Austrian Public Employment Service (AMS). Career planning, job application training and psychological counselling form integral parts of our vocational orientation courses (also persons facing disadvantages in the labour market). Preparatory courses for a number of officially recognised final examinations, such as lower secondary school-leaving exams, etc. are offered.


The BFI’s second main point of interest is to advance people’s knowledge on the job, on the one hand to improve their employability to avoid layoffs and on the other hand to give people a chance to learn lifelong and enjoy it. In this field the BFI mainly works in higher education, e.g. for experienced employees who want to advance their career.

Gerhard Zahrer and Gabrielle Winkler


Il Geco has the main aim of contributing to the most possible widespread diffusion of education in the fields of Earth Sciences, Environment, Land Use and Managing, Tourism and teaching. Il Geco has born in order to cover what is a major gap in long learning education, with specific reference to Northwestern Italy and especially Lombardia.


In order to reach it goals Il Geco uses and promotes the new learning technologies and methodologies, such as Internet based learning platforms, interdisciplinary research, five senses aprroach to learning. At the same time Il Geco aplies these methodologies for a new approach to longlasting themes like tourism, land use, territory managing. Il Geco is involved in environmental and earth sciences educational projects in all levels of school in Italy (age 3-18) an at universities. It also promotes multimedia education through the use of videos and social networks in schools.


Il Geco also organizes geotouristic tours around Lombardia and surrounding regions, producing interdisciplinary approaches to the knowledge of our own territory. Il Geco is also in charge of organizing oversea geotouristic tours in order to develop a global sensitivity to the topics Il Geco cares of interdisciplinary approach involves also the use of novels and tales to extend interdisciplinarity and to convey interest of the broader public possible.

Giovanni Greco and Marina Porta


Krosno State College, or Panstwowa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa im. Stanislawa Pigonia w Krosnie in Polish, is an institution of Higher Education located in Krosno, south-eastern Poland.


The college has a focus on professional training and education at the bachelor’s degree level. Students are expected to graduate with skills and knowledge appropriate for employment in several sectors of the regional and national economy.


The institutes of the college provide for education in the Humanities, Physical Education and Tourism, Engineering and Mechanics as well as Economics and Social Development Policy. Krosno College is well known for co-operation in Erasmus projects and global connections with partner universities in over 60 countries of the EU, Russia, Ukraine and the USA.

Chris Brighton and Rafal Kapica


USPU is known as a dynamically developing large scientific and cultural center of teacher-training education in the Russian Federation. The University offers educational services ranging from pre-university preparation to postgraduate education, scientific and pedagogical personnel training, and performing high-level scientific research.


It is also a leader in the retraining of academic personnel. The University has gained the status of multiple-discipline classic higher educational establishment. The line of the USPU’s activities makes it one of the top ten of the best teacher-training universities in the Russian Federation. Providing high quality educational services, creates necessary conditions for formation of cultural, educated, and active graduates.


USPU works in accordance with the system of quality management corresponding to ISO-9001:2008 International Quality Management Systems Standard requirements, which is confirmed by certificates of the well-known certifying centres Cro Cert (Croatia) and TUV-NORD CERT GmbH (Germany). The total number of students is 13000.

Nadya Rudenko


Bulgarian Development Agency (BDA) is a non-profit association undertaking activities for public benefit, established in Sofia, Bulgaria.


The association aims to contribute to the regional development as well as to promote the democratic and integration processes in the context of Knowledge society.


It is to be achieved through elaboration, localization and transfer of innovative training and education products, materials and methodologies; analysis, transfer and dissemination of best practices; establishment and promotion of centres of excellence, establishment and popularization of VET networks; contribution to the process of elaboration of EQF and validation of non-formal and informal learning in VET, etc.

Simeon Toptchiyski


The GEODATA works since over 20 years  in field of ‘ IT as a partner for companies that want to optimize and streamline business processes. Its mission is to develop and provide innovative services that satisfy customers in the strategic evolution of the information system , through the best solutions , offering all the experiences , solutions and technologies gained in complex business environments and diverse .


The structure takes advantage of analysts, systems analysts , programmers, and consultants, which have the following certifications with leading market leader ITC : HP , IBM, CISCO and MICROSOFT DELL also supported by a strong experience in the world of corporate systems .


Today, with the emergence of new technologies (networks, client / server , Internet, system integration ), we have expanded our know-how and knowledge in order to provide structural solutions.

Daniele Magnoli 



Mayor Formation is a training organisation registered under number 91 34 06982 34, accredited by the regional prefecture of Languedoc- Roussillon Region.  Mayor started its training activities in 1995. Mayor training organisation is related to a large network of decision makers (employers’ associations such as Chambers of Commerce, Medef, CGPME,..)/ Regional , General Councils, Communities,../ Organisations for the financing of training programmes /Professional branches/ Companies…). Mayor formation head office is located in Montpellier, covers all Languedoc Roussillon Region and also operates from branch offices in Bordeaux, Marseille, Paris, Lyon, in order to cover main French regions.


Mayor is a training organisation specialised in adult continuous and professional training and the creation of innovative and performing training programmes for its clients. The direct beneficiaries of our training programmes are people, with different education level (starting from illiteracy up to top management) from companies, organisations, associations, either public or private.


Mayor training organisation has also developed close and long-term relationships with the main organisations financing the training programmes conformingly to the French legislation. Mayor covers all main professional sectors: o Health, Real Estate, Plastics, Metallurgy, Food industry, transports, chemi-cal/pharmaceutical industry, banks, insurance companies, services, tourism, public sector etc.

Yves Courteaud

Sole social


vector illustration of human networking along globe


– Group of interest: opinions and discussions about extra content (log in needed)

– Hashtags: opinion

– Customize Joomla platform.

– Library with Students share corner

– Teachers good practices corner.

– Write the manual and guide of the online tool uses. (Austubru)

– Option: the students can leave their email which will be used for the exploitation of results.


– Ensure the project team complete the project tasks.

– Develop the Project Plan

– Responsible of communication tasks on a regular basis.

– Producing deliverables.


– Make sure the project is delivered in budget. Monitoring the budget.

– Clarify timelines and individual deadlines.

– Set up project review meetings.

– Require project performance reports (two per year).

– Making necessary adjustments to the project plan.



– Investigate about the uses of ICT in High Education.

– Select the online tools which are most accepted and used in High Education.

– Find out good practices which match better results in High Education with Flipped Classroom Methodology.

– Find out examples of ICT-based methodologies.

– Define project goals.

– Select the appropriate web 3.0 tools for presentations and multimedia material.



– Design 2 multimedia content on the suggested fields of action

– Prepare 2 tests according to the content to synthesise the learning of the content.

– Design at least 1 small group collaborative tasks: webquest, wiki or similar.

– Decide which contents are more appropriate.

– Select students which can help with the content.

– Write the manual and guide.



– At least one member of each institution in charge of assessing the students tasks.

– Select a group of students of high education and test the online tool for a term.

– Produce a deliverable assessment questionnaire.

– Analyse the utility of the online tool

– Analyse the weaknesses and strengths of the online tool.



–  Evaluate the project goals.

– Create quality items.

– Ensure that the online tools are adjusted to the main project goals.

– The guides and manual are user-friendly and correct.



– Multiplier event in the city of Valencia to promote the online tool in different High Level providers among students.

– Multiplier event to promote the online tool between High Education teachers and professionals of education.

– Dissemination of leaflets.

– Radio and media information.

– Training event.

– Social networks and institutional webpages.



– Memorandum of Understanding.

– Data collection of usefulness of the online tool.

– Questionnaires for users.

– Annual online meeting.

– Feedback of multimedia contents.