EXELIA, a creative learning solutions company in Athens, Greece, designs and develops educational and training games, and offers continuous vocational training for social skills with innovative methodologies, based on innovative pedagogical methods/practices such as game-based learning. EXELIA specialises in using ICT as an enabling factor for innovation and excellence in education and training, developing advanced educational software and material such as simulation games, MOOCs and Open Educational Resources (OERs).
EXELIA’s scope of work also includes:
- Development of know-how and methodologies for managing research and development projects.
- Scientific & educational research.
- Provision of services in order to improve research capacities in the public and private sector.
- Implementation and management of research and training activities.
- Advancement of teaching and learning methodologies by innovative learning-by-doing approaches.
- International collaboration and exchange of experience through projects, studies in the field of research and education.
- Scientific communications, issuing of press releases and other materials.
EXELIA's mission includes the pursuit of innovation and the consolidation of new methodologies, the improvement of the educational capital of the client organisation in a sustainable manner (i.e. development of reusable materials such as customised games), and the quality support of goods and services provided by the client organisation. The staff and members of EXELIA comprise an interdisciplinary team of researchers, trainers & educators, ICT professionals, consultants, and managerial as well as administrative executives. Established in 2013, the company has already proved its competences and forward looking orientation, by demonstrating high value results and EU projects expertise. It has already participated in 12 KA2 projects: ARIS, UPWOOD, FACTORY, EASYHEALTH, CONDAP, ENVIRECA, BLISS, CYCLOVET, 3DPRISM, SMARTEL, HR4AD (Lead Partner) and VET4APPS under theErasmus+ programme, and “Games2Train” under the Greek National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) 2007-2013.

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