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Testing the TESLA system with SEND students from Sofia University

tesla-project August 2, 2017 General

The TeSLA system creates new opportunities for people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to be included in quality e-learning experiences and receive support adapted to their individual educational needs. By assuring learners’ ident…


Anonymous Certification in TeSLA

tesla-project July 18, 2017 General

Before it reaches the deployment phase, an open educational system like TeSLA has to be properly secured with classical measures, such as authentication, data ciphering and integrity checks, in order to mitigate cyber-attacks that may lead to disastrou…

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TEA Conference

tesla-project July 10, 2017 General

The 2017 International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA 2017) will take place on 5-6 October 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. The International TEA is a two-day research-led conference organised by the Universitat Oberta De Catalunya (UOC) and t…

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Developing Human Resources thanks to e-assessments & learning technologies

tesla-project July 3, 2017 General

Last Wednesday, June 28th, it took place in Madrid (Spain) an event to talk about how the learning technologies and e-assessments can help to develop human resources in corporations. Digitalization, customization, automation and globalization will be t…


Online-based education to ensure long-term economic prosperity in the EU

tesla-project June 26, 2017 General

Moving towards a contemporary, qualitative, and social education system with TeSLA: the European employment market is in a phase of steady transformation. This development has been triggered by the technological nature of our age and the myriad of chal…


Participation of external experts in the TeSLA project upon completion of first pilot

tesla-project June 19, 2017 General

External experts In order to ensure the reliability and fairness of evaluations and quality assurance processes, ‘Standard 2.4 Peer-review experts’ from the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) poin…


Distance learners of Anadolu University have recently met the “TeSLA System”

tesla-project June 5, 2017 General

Anadolu University introduced the TeSLA system to its thousands of distance learners in 2017 spring semester within the scope of 2nd pilot. Students were informed about the pilot via the virtual learning environment-Blackboard and on Facebook groups. F…


TeSLA Webinar – May 18th, 2017

tesla-project June 2, 2017 General

Last May 18th, a TeSLA webinar took place in order to present the project to different stakeholders, share results about the pilots, show a live demo about the solution working in a real Moodle VLE and last but not least to invite all the attendees to…

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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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