Terms and conditions

The use of the website including the web crawling, the caching services and any other services provided by the website, implies the full acceptance of the herein described terms of use and recommends their practical acceptance.


Website hosts "e-me for all", a free and open to all edition of e-me, the Digital Educational Platform which addresses everyone who doesn't have or doesn't want to use a Greek School Network (GSN) account.

Every student, teacher, researcher, educator, university student etc., who would like to navigate and use "e-me for all", can create an acount via simple registration. This is why, users of have to be very careful:

  • Before you accept friend requests from users, especially from those you don’t' know personally
  • Before you accept requests from other users who want to participate in the Hives you administer
  • While you communicate with other users (via personal messages, posts/ comments in the Hives etc.)
  • In case any user requests your personal data (full name, e-mail, password etc.)
  • While you post and especially while you share files either in your personal files space or inside the Hive environment

Each user is permitted a single login account in "e-me for all", login data of which (i.e. username and password) is not allowed to be shared with third parties.

Legal Use

The use of the website must be made only for legal purposes, in accordance with the terms hereof and in a way that does not limit or impede their use by third parties. The user of this website must not commit any acts or omissions that may cause malfunction of this website and adversely affect or endanger the provision of services to users.

All users must avoid publishing content (text, images, photos, video, posts and comments in the Hive's wall, e-me content, blog posts etc.), which could be illegal, threatening, harmful, slanderous, insulting, disparaging, offensive, pornographic, blasphemous, annoying, vulgar and indecent. Users should also avoid publishing any content that could be or trigger illegal or unlawful actions, could violate other users' privacy or publish gender, racial and other discrimination comments.

If users notice any of the above, they are kindly requested to immediately inform administrators of the Platform so that they take action by removing any such content or by deactivating the particular user's account.

Moreover, any user's account will be deactivated and the published content will be removed without any prior notice, if other users report any inappropriate content or if administrators observe any user activity that does not comply to the Platform's Terms of Use (e.g. threatening/ insulting attitude towards other users, deception attempts, abuse of available available resources, creation of fake access accounts etc.).


CTI Diophantus, the project coordinator and implimenter of the Digital Educational Platform "e-me for all" disclaims all liability concerning time limitations, deletion, malfunction or unaccuracy of users' data storage and/ or any content deriving from personal webpages/ services. CTI institution claims no firm guarantee the unlimited operation of servers free from any errors, viruses, malicious software or similar causes although best effort is provided for efficient network operation.

The institution/ organization provides the content (e.g. information, names, photographs, depictions, data etc.) and the services available through the website "EXACTLY AS THEY ARE". Under no circumstances, the institution will not be liable for any legal claims of civil or criminal nature, nor for any possible damage (direct, special or consequential) of the user of this website.

The website may contain references (links) to websites of third parties exclusively for the user’s information. The reference to links belonging to third parties DOES not constitute adoption of their views and operations or acceptance of the content that they express, publish or post. Third parties-institutions/ organizations of the websites, responsible according to the law, are responsible only for the content of their sites or for any damage that may result from their use, when the user accesses them. The user accepts that visiting the sites of third parties means leaving the website and subjecting to the conditions of their use.

Deactivating Accounts

Moreover, if users do not access the Platform for more than 6 months, their account will be deactivated. In this case, users will be notified and if they do not access the Platform within a considerable amount of time their accounts will be decativated and the material published will be removed.


Being the project promoter of "e-me for all" platform, Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus" (CTI Diophantus), supports users in three ways:

Privacy Policy

Website aggregates personal information such as the full name, the e-mail and the profile of the users (student/ teacher) via Forms, such as the User Account Creation Form.

These data are used for statistical analysis reasons only and for improving the provided services and they are not disclosed to any third parties (natural or legal person) for no reasons except for the ones permitted by law provisions and imposed by competent authorities only.

his website may also aggregate non personal, user identification data with the use of relevant technologies such as cookies or/ and monitoring of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Cookies are small pieces of data stored in users' hard disk and do not keep record of any document or file of their computer. Cookies facilitate users' access to specific services and/ or pages of the Platform and are used for statistical analysis and in order to identify which of the Platform's services are most usable or popular. Data aggregated could concern users' browser type, computer system, operational system, providers of online services and relevant such information.

Disclosure and Removing Illegal Posted Content Policy

If a copyright holder locates, in the website, illegally published material which a) is not covered by a limitation or another exception under Greek copyright law and for the use of which b) is not been given permission, the above holder is requested to contact in writing with the institution through e-mail in the address, indicating the following:

  • 1. His contact data
  • 2. Full biographic data or, if not available, the material reference data.
  • 3. The URL in which the material is located (for example the URL of the record)
  • 4. Data that confirm that he is the holder and/or statutory declaration which will state that with individual responsibility and knowing the penalties provided for by the provisions of par. 6 of the article 22 of Law 1599/1986 declares that he is the holder of the intellectual property or his legal representative.

Upon receipt of the complaint, initiates the warning and withdrawal illegally published content process, as follows:

  • i. The institution, via e-mail, confirms that received the complaint and makes an initial assessment of its validity and reliability.
  • ii. Upon receipt of a valid complaint, the material temporarily withdrawn from institution’s website until the consensus solution.
  • iii. The complainant and the institution/ organization or any other person/entity deposited the material, is required to solve in common consent and in a short period of time the issue of the complaint by adopting one of the following solutions:
    • a. The material is re-published in the same form as before.
    • b. The material is re-published having undergone changes.
    • c. The material is permanently withdrawn from the list of websites
  • iv. As long as the institution and the complainant fail to achieve a mutually acceptable solution to the issue, the material remains non-available on the catalogue until reaching an agreement on the matter.

Jurisdiction, validity and modifications

The terms and conditions of use of this website and any amendment or alteration will be governed and supplemented by the Greek and European law and relevant international treaties. The Greek Courts are defined as any litigation courts arising from this. Any provision of the terms above found to be contrary to the aforementioned legal framework or becomes unenforceable, ceases to have effect and removed from the present, without, in any case, affect the validity of other conditions.

The terms and conditions of use of this website constitute the entire agreement between the institution/ organization and the user/visitor of the websites and their services and commit only those. No modifications of these terms of use will be taken into account and it is not part of this agreement unless expressed in writing and incorporated into these terms of use. Unless otherwise specified, with notice to the institutions website, the above conditions of use will be immediately valid in their entirety.

The institution reserves the right to unilaterally modify, add, alter the content or the services of the website and its terms of use, whenever it deems necessary.


Welcome to e-me Digital Educational Platform
for pupils and teachers







What is e-me?

The e-me Digital Educational Platform for pupils and teachers, implements a safe integrated digital environment for learning, collaboration, communication and networking of all members of the school community.

e-me was created to become:

  • the personal working environment for every pupil and teacher
  • a safe place for collaboration, communication, sharing of files and utilization of digital content
  • a space for the social networking of pupils and teachers
  • a framework for the integration and operation of external apps
  • a space where the work of pupils, teachers and schools can be made public and showcased

e-me editions

The main, official edition of e-me Digital Educational Platform, which is directed to all students and teachers and - compared to the other editions - has the most recent and complete functionality of e-me.
ONLY users with a Greek School Network (GSN) account can access the official edition of e-me, assuring this way that all the users are certified.
In the official edition of e-me we also provide user support as well as other services that have been referred previously.
By using the official edition of e-me you find yourself in a safe environment where you can cooperate with other certified users from the educational community.

"e-me for all" is directed to everyone who wishes to use the e-me Digital Educational Platform but doesn't have or wants to use a Greek School Network (GSN) account.
It is free and open to everyone: students, teachers, researchers, educators, public and private sector personnel, and others. Access to the platform is given through user registration. "e-me for all" has the same functionality as the official e-me, but it doesn't provide the same level of security as its users are not certified. Moreover, it doesn't provide equivalent services and user support, like the ones offered by the official edition of e-me.



    Customize your profile


    Manage your contacts (search, add etc.)


    Create collaboration spaces (Hives)


    Communicate through conversations, real-time personal messages and Hive wall posts and comments


    Receive notifications in real-time from Hives, users and apps

  • <span class='eme-annotation'>e-me</span> store

    Install apps to extend e-me functionality


    Cloud storage for your personal files

  • e-me blogs

    Create personal blogs and Hive blogs

  • e-me content

    Create interactive learning objects and interactive educational resources

  • e-me assignments

    Create and assign tasks to Hive members

  • e-portfolio

    Organize and disseminate students' and teachers' achievements

  • my photodentro

    Create your personal repository of learning objects

Version 1.11

In version 1.11 of e-me you can:

  • edit your profile,
  • personalize the platform's appearance and choose language (english or greek),
  • find and connect with other users of e-me by adding them to your personal contacts,
  • communicate with your contacts via direct messages in real-time,
  • participate in other Hives or create new ones,
  • post & comment on the Hive wall, using the embedded rich text editor,
  • upload files to your personal cloud storage, keep them in-sync with your personal computer or mobile device and share them with your contacts,
  • create your e-portfolio and showcase your projects,
  • create your own interactive learning objects and interactive educational resources in general (via e-me content app) and share them with other members on the Hive wall,
  • participate in collaborative Hives' blogs or create new ones, create your personal blog and publish posts containing e-me content,
  • create and assign tasks to Hive members, submit answers and receive or submit feedback,
  • receive notifications in real-time from Hives, users and apps,
  • connect directly to your Greek School Network blog,
  • install and use apps from the e-me store and much more...

e-me news & updates

  • New "e-me assignments" app for creating and assigning tasks to Hive members. Any user (either a teacher or a student) can create tasks and assign them to members of Hives in which he/she is admin. A user can also monitor the tasks that have been assigned to him/her, submit answers and receive feedback.
  • Redesign and new implementation for the notifications sub-system: Added new types of notifications, created a new page for managing and viewing the notifications’ history by category (Hives / users / apps) and added Push technology so users can receive notifications in real-time.
  • Integrated Push technology to provide real-time messaging between contacts.
  • Added a use case scenario for the e-me blogs application. The scenario is available here as well as in the e-me blogs administration panel.
  • New avatars available for the profile image.
  • New proposals for e-me apps submitted by students and teachers at
  • Updated the core components and libraries of "e-me content" and "e-me blogs" to their latest version.
  • Improvements and resolution of issues related to e-me blogs, Calendar, e-Portfolio as well as in messages and the wall.
  • Improved the mechanism that allows integration of apps built by the educational community, in e-me.
  • New text editor that provides additional features when creating "e-me blogs" posts.
  • New content types (Dictation, Personality Quiz) for "e-me content" app.
  • Ability to insert chemical formulas and compounds (LaTeX-chemfig) to "e-me blogs" posts.
  • Updated the core components and libraries of "e-me content" and "e-me blogs" to their latest version.
  • Resolved the issues reported by users (on the Hives' wall and in e-me blogs, my photodentro, e-me content and RSS feed apps).
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Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Official e-me & "e-me for all"

1. What's the difference between οfficial e-me & "e-me for all"?

Both e-me editions provide the user with the same affordances. Their only difference is on the users who access each e-me environment. Official e-me lays emphasis on its safe environment, where only certified users of the Greek School Network (GSN) can have access. "e-me for all" lays emphasis on its 'openess' and thus gives access via simple registration to any user, who may or may not belong to an educational community.

2. I have an account in "e-me for all" and I just got my account in Greek School Network (GSN). What happens with my previous activity in "e-me for all"?

Your previous activity in "e-me for all" cannot be transferred in official e-me, as there is no connection between your two accounts in the two different editions of e-me. So, you will have to create again any contacts, Hives etc.

Access & Account creation

3. Who can have access to e-me?

e-me addresses all students and all teachers (permanent, adjunct teachers on temporary contracts) of Primary and Secondary Education.

For accessing official e-me the user needs an account in the Greek School Network (GSN). For accessing "e-me for all" any user, even outside the educational community, can register.

4. How can I get an e-me account?

You can directly connect to e-me by using your personal account in the Greek School Network (GSN).

You don't need to ask for any other account or request for your e-me account to be activated. Concerning "e-me for all" you just need to register to get an account.

5. I am a student but I don't have an account in the Greek School Network (GSN). How can I get an account?

To get a certified student account, activate and use your account go to: (available in Greek only).

For more information about the Students account service in the Greek School Network (GSN) go to: (available in Greek only).

Help & Training in using e-me

6. How can I start with e-me? Is there any manual about using e-me?

Yes, there is an e-me user guide at:

In every chapter of the e-me user guide seek the e-me user guide icon to find relevant info.

7. Who should I ask if I need any help while using e-me?

e-me provides users with support service (Help Desk). You can email your questions at: or if needed, you can call at 210 3350859 / 210 3350748.

8. I have detected a problem while using e-me. Where can I report it?

If you detect any problem while using e-me, you can report it at the Comment/ Support application form, at the bottom of your e-me page. Otherwise, if you are outside the e-me environment, you can report the problem by sending an email at:


9. What is a Hive and what is it for?

A Hive is the main co-working environment of students and teachers. A Hive has members, a main channel of communication among its members ("Wall"), a working space, shared files, apps and an admin.

A Hive is created/ addresses a "team" who cooperate around a certain topic. Such "teams" could be:

- A class (e.g. B2 class)

- A class for a specific course (e.g. B2 Physics class)

- A club of particular interest (e.g. Photography club)

- A group of students of the same or different classes who cooperate on a project

- A group of students on a neighbourhood who cooperate on a local activity (e.g. Recycling in the neighbourhood)

- An entire school grade (e.g. Third grade of Middle School consisting of many classes)

- A cooperative project between two schools

10. I am a student. Can I create a Hive and invite my classmates to become members?

Yes, students can create Hives and become admins of the Hive. For your classmates to become members of the Hive, they will have to accept your invitation.

11. I am a student. Can I invite my friends from another school to become members of the Hive I created?

Yes, you can as long as they have an account in e-me. Additionally, you need to know their usernames in e-me to invite them.

12. I am a teacher and I want to create a Hive for a class I teach. Are there any ready - made student lists so as to send a massive invitation for them to join the Hive?

No. This service is not available for now.

However, you can adjust your own, already used member lists (e.g. students of a class) to send to all students invitations in the Hives you create.

For example, once you craete a Hive for a class, you need to send an invitation to every student separately so that they participate in the Hive. In every other Hive you create, you can insert the list of members from the previous or another Hive, adjust your member list the way you want by adding or deleting members and then send invitations to all members of your new list.

Storage of Personal Files

13. Is there a storage space in e-me for storing my personal files?

Yes, by using the "Files" app you can have your own storage of personal files. Your files are stored in a cloud- based environment so that keep them synced in your local device (computers, mobile device, tablet) and also share them with other members of the e-me.

14. How much personal storage space do teachers and students have available?

Each of the teachers and students can use an up to 500MB storage space. This storage capacity includes the Hive files created by each member of the e-me.

Questions about the use of e-me platform


1. How can I become a member in a Hive?

To become member of a Hive do the following:

- Look for a -public- Hive and send a participation request to the admin of the Hive as long as the Hive settings permit it. As soon as the admin approves your request you become a member.

- Accept the invitation request the admin of a Hive sends you.

2. How can I leave from a Hive?

To leave from a Hive, go to Public Hives list, select "Edit" and then "Leave".

3. How can I invite members in the Hive I created?

When you enter the Hive you are its admin and you can select "Members" -> "Invite Members" and invite:

- Members who are already in your contacts

- Any member of e-me, who you can find by their username

- Members who already participate in other Hives, where you are also the admin. To do so, you need to select "Hives' Members" so that you can see the list of Hives, for which you are the admin. By selecting one of the Hives you will see a list with the Hive's members who you can invite.

4. Is there a way for the Hive, I will create, not to appear in the search engine results?

Yes there is a way as long as you choose to create a private Hive.

5. What do assistants in a Hive do?

Assistants of the Hive support the admin in managing the wall posts. Admins of a Hive can set as many members as they choose to be assistants. The member has to accept the request to become an assistant.

6. A member of the Hive has made an insult post in the Hive wall. What can I do?

You can report an insult post or comment of the Hive's wall. The report goes to the Hive's admin and assistants, who are in charge to deal with it. Once the insult post or comment is reported three times, it gets immediately withdrawn from the wall and remains visible only for the admin and the assistants.

7. Can I share files with the members of a Hive?

In every Hive there is a folder "{Hive name}_shared", which is accessible by all members of the Hive who can edit and detele it. You can upload in this folder the file you want and share it with the other members of the Hive. Keep, though, in mind that the other members of the Hive can edit or even delete the file you uploaded. Tip: When sharing files, which you don't want to lose, you'd better keep copies of your files in your personal file storage of the e-me.

Customization of e-me environment

8. Can I customize the platform's appearance and my profile?

In your profile page you can select your profile photo, insert your 'moto' and a short description about you. Also, you can switch the main theme of the e-me home page if you go to "Settings" and choose to upload one of the available themes or upload an image directly from your computer.

9. Can I rearrange the apps' order in e-me home page?

Yes, you can. Choose "Edit" and rearrange the order of appearance of the apps. Also, you can create a new folder of apps by dragging one app on top of the other and by renaming the new folder. Later on you can add more apps in this folder or withdraw apps form the folder. If a folder remains, though, without any content it gets immediately deleted.

Profile/ Contacts

10. How can I add a member of e-me in my contacts?

To add a member of e-me to your contacts go to their public profile page (see next question) and send a "Add Request", which the other member will have to accept.

11. How can I see the public profile of a member of e-me?

To be able to see a public profile of a member of the e-me go to "Contacts". There you can either see the public profile of one of your contacts or you can click the search button and find the profile by inserting their exact username. You can, also, see the public profile of members of the e-me who are members in Hives you also participate.

12. Can I send messages to other members of the e-me?

You can send -or receive- messages only my members who belong to your contacts. To send a message go to messages menu on the top of the home page and select "Create New". Then, insert the username of one or more of your contacts, write your message and click "Send".

13. Can I block a contact of mine so that they don't send me messages?

Yes, you can. Go to "Contacts" and select "Block" for the contact you wish to block so that they stop sending you messages. Any time you choose, you can unblock this contact by selecting "Blocked Members" and clicking on "Unblock".

e-me user manual

e-me user support

Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus” (CTI)

Strategy and Digital Educational Content Directorate
26-28 Mitropoleos Str., GR-10563, Athens, Greece

Tel.:210 3350859 / 210 3350748
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