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Technology-related quality standards for e-assessment

tesla-project May 30, 2017 General

A set of quality standards and indicators focusing on the technological point of view has been designed to support educational institutions in the design of e-assessment as well as for the (continuous) quality assurance and enhancement of e-assessment….


TeSLA Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria. May 9-11, 2017

tesla-project May 22, 2017 General

Almost at the end of the 2nd pilot of TeSLA Project, and after 18 months of highly productive collaborative work, a regular meeting of the project consortium was held on 9-11 of May 2017 in Sofia, Bulgaria. About 50 people from countries all over Europ…

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TeSLA : Other related projects

tesla-project May 9, 2017 General

Related to TeSLA Project and under the umbrella of H2020, there are other projects and innitiatives which also deals with techonology and education to define the future of Learning 4.0: Here, we have wanted to summarized the most relevant ones: SlideWi…

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Visual informed consent

tesla-project May 3, 2017 General

  As TeSLA instruments collect personal data, students need to be informed about the type of data that are being collected, how they will be stored and processed etc. before they are asked for their consent. Informed consent is a legal document re…

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