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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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The GDPR come with a data protection officer

tesla-project April 20, 2017 General

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. If the precedent principles still remain (such as the principles of legitimacy, necessity and proportionality), the new text is accompanied by new measures. Among these,…


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Starting the second round of pilots

tesla-project April 12, 2017 General

The 2nd Pilot is considerably larger that the first pilot, involving some 3,500 students in 77 courses in seven universities, and whereas the 1st Pilot was intended merely to test the project communication protocols and some early prototypes of a few o…


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Experts’ trainings conducted for the quality assurance of the TeSLA project

tesla-project March 27, 2017 General

On 30-31 January and 10 March 2017, the quality assurance organizations of the TeSLA project, AQU Catalunya, EQANIE, and ENQA, conducted a round of experts’ trainings. More than 40 experts, including quality assurance professionals, academics, students…


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Speaker Recognition In TeSLA

tesla-project March 23, 2017 General

Most electronic person-authentication systems today work on the basis of: “what you know” (e.g., account-ids and passwords, name of your favourite uncle, etc.), or, “what you have” (e.g., electronic badges in offices, magnetic cards in hotels, chip-and…


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About the second round of pilots

tesla-project March 14, 2017 General

It’s now just over a year into the TeSLA project, and work is well underway for our second round of pilot studies. The TeSLA e-assessment system is designed to authenticate learners while they undertake high-stakes assessments in online and blended lea…


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Securing the TeSLA Architecture

tesla-project February 27, 2017 General

TeSLA aims at providing learners with an innovative environment that allows them to take assessments remotely, thus avoiding mandatory attendance constraints. TeSLA is designed as a complex architecture in which traditional Learning Management Systems…


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On the difficulty of verifying authorship in TeSLA

tesla-project February 20, 2017 General

Authorship verification is the task of determining whether written documents have been authored by a specific person. This is a very complex task that, in order to be solved properly, requires of a careful analysis of the writing style of authors. Auto…


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Cheating has always been a problem that educators must face

tesla-project February 13, 2017 General

“Cheating has always been a problem that educators must face, and recently technology has been used to help students cheat in increasingly sophisticated ways”. In May 2016, 3,000 students in Thailand were forced to re-sit their entry exams for a presti…


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