Ankara University is one of the biggest universities in Turkey and has over 500 agreements all over Europe Universities. It was the first higher education institution founded in the Turkish Republic in 1946. Ankara University is a public university in Ankara, capital city of Turkey and it has 19 faculties, 14 institutions and 13 vocational schools. 
The mission of Ankara University is to educate individuals that will guide the society in the fields of science and arts through a universal perspective, and to contribute to the production of science, technology and arts with its distinctive and qualified research.
The main objective of Ankara University is to sustain its pioneering identity being the first university of the Republic of Turkey through its qualified scientific research and education studies and to be one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Ankara University has adopted transparency, justice, equality of opportunity and qualification as principles, as well as openness to improvement and change; it regards itself as thoroughly modernist and accepts variety as a form of intellectual wealth. Within this context, it encourages all its members to contribute to improvement and innovation, and prepares the necessary ground for the sustainability of such contributions. 
Project Team
Prof. Nevzat Özel (PhD) works at Ankara University Department of Information and Records Management as faculty member and Faculty of Open and Distance Education as vice dean. His research interests are information organization (cataloging, classification, subject headings, MARC, RDA, metadata), information and communication technologies, online learning, media and information literacy. 
Assoc. Prof. Hale Ilgaz (PhD) works at Ankara University Faculty of Open and Distance Education as faculty member and also instructional designer. Her research interests are distance education, e-learning, instructional design, adult education, human-computer interaction, cognitive processes in e-learning environments and cognitve psychology. She has expertise in learning management systems, content development and instructional design. 
Denizer Yıldırım (PhD) works at Ankara University Distance Education Center as Instructional Designer and R&D Specialist. His research interests are online learning, educational data mining, learning analytics and ICT integration. 
Gülgün Afacan Adanır (PhD) is instructor and her research interests are distance education, learning analytics, e-government, and human computer interaction. 
Mehmet Ali Celikbağ, Salih Demir and Mesut Sevindik are instructors at Ankara University Faculty of Open and Distance Education. Their research interests are distance education, programming languages, open source softwares, complex network analysis, data analysis and data mining. 
Murat Çınar is instructor and his research interests are lifelong learning, media and information literacy, online learning and communication. 
Rabia Tekin Özel is instructor at Ankara Keçiören Aydınlıkevler Anadolu Lisesi (Aydınlıkevler High School) and PhD Candidate at Ankara University. Her research interests are curriculum development, language teaching and international relationship. 
Gönül Aydın is PhD Candidate and studies on educational administration and policy. 
Onur Hoşnut is Erasmus Coordinator of Ankara University and expert on international student affairs and student exchance.
Number of Staff / Learners Academic Staff: 4.191, Administrative and Technical Staff: 7.333, Students: 67.034
Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” is the oldest school of higher education in Bulgaria, founded in 1888. Currently it has 16 faculties offering 96 Bachelor degree programmes in total; 294 Master’s Degree programmes, as well as PhD programmes in 150 Accredited Scientific Majors, three independent departments, more than 18 specialised scientific centres and laboratories in various disciplines. 
The university has 1700 academic staff and approximately 19,000 students; the student-staff ratio is very beneficial for learning. 
The Science-Research Department (SU-NIS) is an independent unit designed to organise, serve and implement research and innovation projects, oriented towards development of new scientific knowledge and applied research products as well as to contribute to the improvement of the education processes. 
The Centre of Information Society Technologies (CIST) is an interdisciplinary research and training unit of SU-NIS which supports national and international governmental, non-governmental and industrial organisations in developing and applying policies and strategies related to the new technologies. It is designed to strengthen and raise knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurial culture. CIST is also engaged in training and educational activities including VET, supporting the applications of new technologies in education and in community.
Tallinn University (TU) is the third biggest public university in Estonia. It has more than 8,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including over 400 researchers and lecturers. Wishing to contribute more to the society, it has set a goal to become the promoter of intelligent lifestyle in Estonia. The University interpret intelligent lifestyle as making research-based decisions in order to improve the society in general and the well-being of its citizens.
In its activities, the university adheres to the following basic values - openness, quality, professionalism and unity. In the past 10 years, Tallinn University has merged a number of study and research institutions. This has significantly widened the scope of the responsibility the university holds, starting from teacher education and ending with choreography. 
TU has five interdisciplinary focus fields: educational innovation, digital and media culture, cultural competences, healthy and sustainable lifestyle and society and open governance. 
From 1st September 2015 each focus field is represented by a separate School, wherein the School of Digital Technologies supports the rest with digital technologies and analytics. The University also have two regional colleges, one in Rakvere and the other in Haapsalu.
Achievement of the strategic goal is supported by interdisciplinarity, internationalisation, assertiveness and sustainability. TU has an extensive experience working with educational innovation and from 1994 it has been a centre of development and research in the field of ICT based learning in Estonia.
InLitAs is a non-profit organization. The association, with an international scope, aims to promote Information Literacy and to develop scientific research, whether fundamental or applied, in this domain. 
The concept of information literacy covers several competences such as media literacy, digital literacy, data literacy as well as all forms of literacy related to information. The association bring together different types of audience: Researchers, teachers, trainers, information specialists, media specialists from around the world.
The Library and Information Science Department in University of Pécs was founded in 2004. catering the needs of the regions libraries and cultural institutions. Library and information science professionals are trained both on BA and MA level. 
The department offers specializations in the following fields: - information literacy (BA) -journalism specialization (BA) - information manager in sciences (MA) - library-pedagogy specialization(MA). 
Among the faculty members of the department there are former and present leaders of national public collections (libraries, museums and archives), and employees of significant professional institutions. 
The University of Florence is an important and influential centre for research and higher training in Italy, with 1,800 lecturers and internal research staff, 1,600 technical and administrative staff, and over 1,600 research assistants and doctoral students. 
It is one of the largest in the Italian university system, offering a wide range of study programmes at various levels and in all areas of knowledge. In fact, the University of Florence has 126 Degree courses (First and Second Cycle, corresponding to Bachelor's and Master's Degrees) organized in 10 Schools and 24 Departments, with a population of about 51,000 enrolled students, one-fourth of which comes from outside of Tuscany. 
The University has a budget of around 450 million Euros per year, half of which comes from State funding, 20% from student charges, and the rest from research and other institutional activities. There are over 9,000 degrees awarded each year in Florence.
The University of Florence’s goals and mission are the processing and transmission of knowledge and advanced learning, in accordance with the freedoms of research, teaching, and learning. It promotes the internationalization of scientific and educational programmes. 
The University cooperates with several other local, national, and foreign institutions to increase the quality and effectiveness of its activities.
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