The TeSLA project provides to educational institutions, an adaptive trust e-assessment system for assuring e-assessment processes in online and blended environments. It will support both continuous and final assessment to improve the trust level across students, teachers and institutions The system will be developed taking into account quality assurance agencies in education, privacy and ethical issues and educational and technological requirements throughout Europe.

TeSLA system will follow the interoperability standards for integration into different learning environment and it will be developed to reduce the current restrictions of time and physical space in teaching and learning, which opens up new opportunities for learners with physical or mental disabilities as well as respecting social and cultural differences.

Given the innovative action of the project, the current gap in e-assessment and the growing number of institutions interested in offering online education, the project will conduct large scale pilots to evaluate and assure the reliability of the TeSLA system.


Identity Management in e-Learning

Learning Management Systems (LMS) such as Moodle provide the students with an interactive virtual learning environment adapted to their needs. Numerous features are often included by default, such as course registration, course material sharing, or dir…


Qualitative analysis of the first pilot

The first pilot of the project is approaching. Universities started to prepare internal machinery to perform the pilots. Guidance instructions for teacher and students, new protocols and technological instruments for capturing students’ data will be in…


How should the TeSLA system for a trusted adaptive e-assessment look like?

This is a very challenging question that requires a clear and precise answer. Also, the answer should contain an analysis and summarization of all the knowledge achieved during our work up to this moment on the TeSLA project. This is important, because…


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