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ATiT (Audiovisual Technologies Informatics and Telecommunications)

ATiT is an audiovisual and information technologies company specialising in the integration of Information and Communications Technologies in the Educational and Cultural sectors. Based in Belgium where it is registered as a bvba since 1999, ATiT operates with a small full-time staff and a network of associates in different parts of Europe. ATiT staff offer independent project management, technology integration and consultancy services to a variety of clients, partners, companies and agencies like the European Commission and the European Space Agency as well as global clients like the World Bank. Staff and Associates are available for consultancy in the field of project specification, systems integration, technology implementation, dissemination, development and evaluation.
ATiT has been instrumental in launching the annual MEDEA Awards and currently provide the secretarial support services to these annual awards which encourage innovation and good practice in the use of media (audio, video, graphics and animation) in education. They also manage the annual Media & Learning Conference in partnership with the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training.

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ATiT manages the MEDEA2020 project which is aimed at supporting the sharing of know-how in the usage of media to support learning at different levels. We have for instance set up a Media & Learning Community, an online community of practice on media and learning that is linked to the MEDEA Awards and the Media & Learning Conference.
ATiT manages the MEDEAnet project which is promoting media-based learning to organisations and practitioners through local training and networking events, online resources and knowledge sharing. The MEDEAnet Consortium aims to extend the reach of the informal network of organisations and practitioners linked to the annual MEDEA Awards by providing opportunities for local events linked to the MEDEA Awards and to involve not only early adopters, but also mainstream practitioners in networking opportunities.
ATiT is a partner in the VISCED project which is making an inventory of innovative ICT-enhanced learning initiatives and major 'e-mature' secondary and post-secondary education providers for the 14-21 age group in Europe. This entails a systematic review at international and national levels including a study into operational examples of fully virtual schools and colleges. The outputs of this work are being analysed and compared to identify relevant parameters and success factors for classifying and comparing these initiatives.This initiative is open to researchers and policy makers, all outputs will be published on the VISCED project wiki.