Our team consists of elearning experts, instructional designers, UX researchers, software engineers and UI designers.
Take a look at some of our projects in four areas of specific interest to us.
Researching ways of achieving highly personalized learning for specific target groups such as the elderly and children, as well as for SMEs in specific sectors.
Improvement of Vocational Education and Training related to Ecodesign and Sustainable Production in the Furniture Sector.
The European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) for recognition of qualifications in the construction sector.
The European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) profile of the Sustainable MAnageR in TOURism Sector.
Game Based Learning
Designing games that offer plenty of opportunities for active learning through trial and error and conveying knowledge in a pleasant and highly effective manner.
Fostering innovation skills as key competencies for improving employability of PhDs in SMEs
Whether writting from scratch, or editing existing content, our elearning authors will work with your subject matter experts to create the perfect raw content for your needs.
New approaches to addressing children’s online experiences.
Augmented Reality for improving training of teachers on safer internet.
At CCS, we continuously research the fields of eLearning towards improving the way people learn through the use of new technologies.
Entrepreneurial Education for Youth
Entrepreneurial eLearning course for young individuals.
Conveying knowledge to companies for Foreign Trade and Export.
Innovative Mindset: Bridging the Skills Shortage of the European Printing Industry.
Vocational profile for skilled workers of the European Footwear Industry.
Fostering Coding Education for adults in Europe
A user-friendly visual development environment for publishers’ digital publications.
A development environment for test simulation software.
A CORONA/LUA framework for the development of tablet-based interactive books for young learners.