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A case study analysis on blended and online institutions by using the trustworthy system TeSLA was presented at TEA Conference

tesla-project October 24, 2017 General

  A paper analyzing the results after the first pilot of the TeSLA project performed in Technical University of Sofia (TUS) and Open University of Catalonia (UOC) was presented at the International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA Co…


On generating auditable information for authorship verification in online education

tesla-project October 18, 2017 General

Hugo Jair Escalante, Manuel Montes, Pastor López (INAOE team)   Authorship verification (AV) deals with the problem of determining whether a document has been written by a given author or not. In TeSLA, and in online education in general, AV metho…

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The learn About fair

tesla-project October 13, 2017 General

  The tenth “Learn About fair” was held on the 28th of June at the Open University (OU) whose aim was to showcase the best practices and projects for Learning and Teaching Innovation.  The theme of this event was ‘Personalised Open Learning’ (POL)…


Presenting TeSLA at DPM/ESORICS 2017

tesla-project October 5, 2017 General

On September 15th, the TeSLA project was presented at DPM 2017, the 12th International workshop on Data Privacy Management. DPM ( is a satellite event of ESORICS (, the European Sym…

Midterm Review at Luxemburg

Midterm Review at Luxemburg

tesla-project September 26, 2017 General

  First week of September took place at Luxembourg the TeSLA midterm review at the EC headquarters.  Part of the TeSLA consortium was there is order to present the mail goals, the milestones achieved till M18 as well as the main results at WP but…


Next generation eLearning

tesla-project September 14, 2017 General

The world changes very quickly and although it seems that we have been using  Tablets all our lives, the true is that the first iPad came into our hands only 7 years ago. Now we wonder how we did before, when there were no smartphones or tablets in our…

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TeSLA and Docker Swarm: a true love history

tesla-project September 4, 2017 General

Internally, TeSLA is composed by a set of multiple heterogeneous components which are created by different development teams in different programming languages and using different technologies. And those components have to communicate between them to m…

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Students’ identification in VLEs for blended learning – TUS experience in piloting TeSLA

tesla-project August 31, 2017 General

The work of the TUS (Technical University of Sofia) team in the second pilot of the TeSLA system was focused on integration of TeSLA instruments in e-assessment activities in real blended educational process. The student’s identifier (SID) in the Virtu…


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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