A new tool for your organization

It all starts when the institution chooses to connect or integrate TeSLA within their existing learning environments. There are both LMS plug-ins and standard LTI connectors available.

Creates a standard
assessment or activity.
Instructor imports or creates an assessment.
Then he/she decides what level of assurance and security (which instruments) to include for this specific assessment.

Face recognition
and anti-spoofing

Voice recognition
and anti-spoofing

Plagiarism, text matching
and authorship validation.

Keystroke patterns


Test taker completes the assessment as he/she would normally do. TeSLA may require input/interaction during the test to be able to complete continuos analysis around identity and authorship during the test.

Report of work

Faculty members can access a full report of work authenticity and authorship together with the assessment responses.


TeSLA consortium is composed by Higher Education institutions and research centers in collaboration with technological companies as well as accrediting quality agencies. It is formed by 18 partners: 8 universities, 3 quality agencies, 4 research centers and 3 companies and it is being tested by more than 10k students across Europe.
The consortium includes more than eighty experts that share the same passion for pushing the boundaries of online education as we know it today.

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TeSLA is coordinated by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 ICT Programme. This website reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.