Elias Stouraitis holds a PhD in digital history from the Faculty of Historical Survey, History Didactics and New Technologies, Department of History and Informatics, Ionian University. He completed his undergraduate studies in history and archaeology at the University of Athens, where he also undertook a master’s in modern Greek history. He has taught history and Greek in private institutions. He has worked as a research project manager in national and European projects and at the University of Athens in history, education, culture and new technologies. He was awarded a grant by the Japanese Nippon Foundation SYLFF (Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund) for his innovative and strategic abilities in research leadership and is a Graduate Scholar Awardee of the Common Ground Learner Research Network for his experienced skills in education. His main research interests are digital history, historical culture, digital games, educational software design and learning history in formal and non-formal types of education.