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Participation in Projects and Programs

Experts from ITD have contributed to the development of the telecenter’s concept in Bulgaria, telecenters human capacity development, as well as e-content production for telecenters. The designed model for telecenters community outreach has been identified as best case.

The Institute has close relationships with the Department of Information Technologies of Sofia Universities, being initiated by some of its leading members. Thus, the ITD contributes for starting a number of MSc programmes.

ITD includes leading researchers and experts in ICT for education and development. They have been involved in a number of EU funded projects in the field of ICT.


The main challenge of the MOVE-ON project is to increase the overall volume of participation in adult learning and vocational education by focusing on the possibilities offered by the portable devices widely adopted lately as the new access medium to learning. MOVE-ON’s expectation is to motivate, enable and support busy adult professionals in learning on the move or at 'non-places'.


The Internet Based Business Coach (or NETCOACH) is a project, promoted by WESTBIC Business Management Centre and partners with the support of Learnado Da Vinci Lifelong Learning Programme.

NETCOACH aims to help SME managers, Entrepreneurs and the Self Employed in the day to day running of their business by addressing an identified skills gap in the SME sector. The main aim of the project is to provide this target group with an online ‘Business Coach' via a state of the art web platform, which will structure relevant information and training material on a broad range of relevant topics in a way that becomes a valuable tool for the user in the day to day business of SME management.
Currently NETCOACH offers resources on the following subjects:

  • Creativity & Innovation
  • Knowledge Management
  • E-Business
  • Integrated Management

Impacte Project


ImpactE is a EURAXESS 7FP project focused on the successful professional and social integration of the researchers into a new environment. Amongst the obstacles to international mobility cultural differences are the most invisible and not the easiest to overcome as they are based on non-material factors, which differ from other matters like getting a visa or a place to stay.


DIGITRANS - Interreg Danube Transnational Programme

Project Overview

Digital technologies such as internet of things, big data and cloud computing are dramatically changing the way business is being done. Transformation based on those technologies enables more comprehensive and systematic business models, while simultaneously lowering overall costs to companies. One of the biggest challenges SMEs and start-ups face is the effective transition from current business models to new, technologically advanced and user-friendly ones.