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Online Student Verification: Is that you? Are you there?

tesla-project May 31, 2016 General

While online education has come a long way in terms of design and learning assessment, there are still issues related to making sure that the students who enroll in these courses are the ones completing the work. From participation and attendance to ch…


Quality indicators for TeSLA system

tesla-project May 22, 2016 General

  In the frame of the TeSLA project, e-assessment methodologies will be put into a new framework to enable continuous and final assessment of students in a variety of educational settings. In order to ensure compatibility of the newly developed e-…

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TeSLA Project presented at ASIIN Conference

tesla-project May 16, 2016 General

The ASIIN International Conference was held in Berlin between the 2nd-4th of May. The tittle of the conference was really interesting: Quality Assurance in Higher Education – the unsolved Mystery of its untapped Potential”. How can we jointly tackle th…


NMC Horizon – 2016 Higher Education report

tesla-project May 9, 2016 General

When it comes to analyzing emerging technology uptake in education, the NMC Horizon Project is truly global in scope and reach. The NMC Horizon Report – 2016 Higher Education Edition is a collaborative effort between the NMC and the EDUCAUSE Learning I…

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Assessment of the assessment system

tesla-project May 2, 2016 General

The TeSLA system will be tested in successive pilots of increasing levels of complexity and scale. As an important preparatory step universities involved in the TeSLA pilots have analysed previous pilot experiences in similar educational scenarios and…

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