LPLUS is a niche provider for e-examination and question database management solutions. Founded in 1985, LPLUS has a wide experience in the sensitive field of examinations, such as continuous, adaptive and final examinations.
LPLUS provides consulting, technical hosting and self-developed software to achieve more and more paperless workflows for e-examinations. LPLUS focuses especially on a very high level of legal security of e-examinations as well as on flexible systems. This allows different customers to keep their own exam design, while benefit from extensive and flexible features.
LPLUS is today’s European market leader for e-examinations in the field of theoretical exams of aviation personnel, like pilots, maintenance engineers and air traffic controllers. Behind this market, LPLUS provides some major German universities with the LPLUS TestStudio which is able to handle highstake centralized and de-centralized e-examinations.
LPLUS offers a leading participation in Work Package 5 and provides technical expertise and solutions for the adaptive trust-based e-assessment system. Together with the partners, LPLUS will define technical standards for both the initial identification of students for “exams at home” and how to monitor running e-exams at home.
In order to ensure the correct integration of instruments developed in WP5, LPLUS will participate in the integration of the final TeSLA platform into the LMS (WP6), being the bridge between the developer partners of each instrument and the integrator of the platform.
Finally, LPLUS will be involved in the exploitation of the platform (WP9), improving their own solution with the instruments developed in this project.
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