The IUL Telematic University was established by Ministerial Decree of 2nd December 2005, published in the Official Journal on 5th January 2006.
The University is promoted by the IUL Consortium, consisting of:
The oldest research institution of the Ministry of Education. In addition to the headquarters in Florence, it has three branch offices in Turin, Rome and Naples.
Since its inception in 1925, the Institute has accompanied the evolution of the Italian school system by investing in training and innovation and supporting school improvement processes.
Indire is the reference point for educational research in Italy. It develops new teaching models, experiments with the use of new technologies in training courses, promotes the redefinition of the relationship between learning and teaching spaces and times. The Institute boasts a consolidated experience in in-service training of teaching, administrative, technical and auxiliary staff and school heads, and has been the protagonist of some of the most important e-learning experiences at European level.
The University of Foggia, since its establishment (Ministerial Decree of 5 August 1999), has delivered a dynamic and innovative training and research proposal characterised by a teaching strategy attentive to territorial needs, by applied local research projects, internationalization, guidance, cultural events and promotion of University activities.