Konstantina Polimeropoulou has a degree in Business Administration from University of Patras in 2007. She is currently a postgraduate student in Cultural Organizations Management of the HOU School of Social Sciences.
Since 2007, she has working experience as assistant project manager in ICT European projects. Since 2008, she has been working with e-CoMeT Lab, submitting proposals in a national and European level and managing several Lifelong Learning projects -Leonardo Da Vinci such as T-learning to Improve Professional Skills for intercultural dialogue (TIPS), VAluing experience Beyond the University (VAB), ProInterNet (PIN) and Training of cultural mediators utilizing new Social Networking Software (SONETOR), Developing qualification profiles for jobs in Ambient-Assisted Living (CompAAL), Learn Play Manage. Collaborative Learning for Project Management: developing competences for international project management through social games as innovative methodology (LPMnage), Development and validation of a curriculum for vocational AAL education (engAGEnt), Prediction of e-learners’ progress and timely assessment of the achievement of learning outcomes in Lifelong Learning (CRITON) and eSkills for Future Cultural Jobs (eCult Skills). She has also participated in the national project “Human Network of training and education in the administration of the informatics projects” as a project manager (financial management, organization of the seminars) and in the Project 1.1.b/11 “Creating a Register of trained Intercultural Mediators and networking Intercultural Mediators through an electronic Platform” of the European Integration Fund.
She has presented her publications entitled as “Using the TIPS platform to train Greek cultural mediators” at the Conference “Social Applications for Lifelong Learning” that was held in Patras, Greece on 4-5 November 2010 and the «PROINTERNET: SKILLS FOR INTERNET-RELATED JOBS» that was held in Athens , Greece on 27 April – 1 May 2011 at the Conference “CAREER-EU 2011”. Finally, she has organized events that took place within the project’s context.