Who is behind LoeL - League of Emotions Learners?

LoeL project is formed by a team of professionals coming from different European countries: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Estonia and the United Kingdom.

MC2020 is a private company sited in Bilbao, Spain, with more than 20 years of experience in the field of education and in the development of training contents and programmes. All the projects that MC2020 carries out have one thing in common, educational innovation. MC2020 projects are at national and EU level. MC2020 develops training programmes that bring value to learning environments through research and with innovative methodologies and pedagogical approaches. Some of these methodologies are: storytelling (including digital storytelling), problem-based training, gamification, game-based learning, etc.

TDM 200 is an independent no profit organization that coordinates young people willing to cooperate in the voluntary sector, supporting them in developing personal and professional skills through experiential learning and non-formal education. TDM 200 has a 15-year experience in youth work and active participation of young people. The staff consists of young people and more experienced workers. They can share many best practices in the field of management of different kinds of NGOs, strategies and tools useful for management. The training sessions have been at national and international level (also outside Europe). 

Point Europa is a not for profit organisation operating from South East Cornwall, since 2004. They are specialized in education and employment opportunities, vocational and non-vocational training, support and guidance, youth and community work. They are a registered charity and are managed by a six-strong board of Trustees with extensive skills in business, management, finance and training. Their objective is to improve the economic and social situation of their area, which has high unemployment, insufficient public services and limited opportunities, through education and training. 

Virtual Campus is a development, training and consulting SME in the areas of technology enhanced learning, serious games and information systems. Virtual Campus is located in Porto, Portugal. Its vision is to actively promote the development of the Knowledge Society by supporting public and private entities in the process of designing and developing strategies and projects that lead to increased societal benefits. Virtual Campus has successfully produced multimedia e-learning contents for different platforms (desktops, mobile, tablet), in different environments (online, standalone) for different purposes (vocational training, emergency services, higher education, secondary education) and in different scopes (European projects, client contracts).

Tallinn University is the third largest public university in Estonia. It is an innovative and academically enriching university. It is acknowledged both locally and internationally for its role as a centre for research and education. The main objective of the university’s research and development activities is to support the sustainable development of Estonia through research and its application to academic partnership, including the preparation of intellectuals as well as the advancement of public dialogue in order to facilitate this partnership