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The Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) from the online teaching and learning perspective

tesla-project April 25, 2016 General

The organisations representing quality assurance agencies as part of TeSLA project consortium have conducted an analysis of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) from the online teaching and lear…


€7m EU project aims to stamp out cheating in online assessment

tesla-project April 18, 2016 General

‘Tesla’ initiative will combine anti-plagiarism software with facial, voice and keystroke identification technology. A European Union-funded project aims to revolutionize online assessment by combining anti-plagiarism software with facial, voice and ke…


How do you stop online students cheating?

tesla-project April 12, 2016 General

Imagine taking a university exam in your own home, under the watchful eye of a webcam or with software profiling your keystrokes or your syntax to see whether it really is you answering the questions… Honour code versus Technology. Please, read more…


Technology against fraud: the prevention – detection span

tesla-project April 5, 2016 General

What you cannot control, you have to monitor Regarding the use of your own device (BYOD) to do e-assessments indicate a span in the use of technology to combat fraud, with prevention on one end of the span and detection on the opposite end. Read more a…

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