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Action Synergy S.A.

UETP Action Link/ Action Synergy S.A. is a University Enterprise Training Partnership founded in 1987 in the framework of the COMETT programme in order to promote collaboration and linkages between the Universities and the Enterprises. It is also an ICT R&D, training and knowledge- based applications company which is actively involved in the development of education technologies, training methodologies and the development of e-learning training courses. The organisation has participated in a considerable number of EU educational projects, such as COMETT, PETRA, SOCRATES, LEONARDO DA VINCI, ARTICLE 6, ADAPT, TEMPUS, PHARE,-Distance learning. Its key areas of expertise include: development of synergies at local, national and transnational level, development of educational technologies, Development of courses and modules making use of innovative methodologies such as: open/flexible learning methodologies, e-learning, learning needs analysis, development of professional profiles. It is currently coordinating two LLP projects, the project GLOSSA (505248-2009-LLP-GR-KA2MP) (www.ellinikiglossa.eu) concerning the development of e-learning material for the Greek language and the project UETPNET (510635-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-ERASMUS-ECUE) (www.uetpnet.eu) concerning the promotion of collaboration between universities and enterprises using online tools. It has a very wide experience in projects that aim to use ICT in education. Beyond the projects that were already mentioned, Action Synergy is participating in the project “Learning Without Borders: Podcasting across the wider Europe” (2009-1-GB2- LEO04-01417_2) concerning the use of audio and video podcasts for education, in the project ADCOMP (ES/09/LLP-LdV/TOI/149042) concerning the development of e-learning material for the training of the staff working in the field of long term care and the project SUN.COM (511867-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-KA2-KA2MP) regarding the development of online language learning communities.