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Ethical approach of TeSLA

tesla-project November 28, 2016 General

The development of an e-learning environment such as TeSLA involves some ethical and sociological issues that deserve to be dealt with. The biometric tools and online platform, as any technological object implicating social relationships, are not moral…


Today is the last day! Send now your CV’s in order to participate in TeSLA project

tesla-project November 25, 2016 General

AQU Catalunya, EQANIE and ENQA have opened a call in order to select 44 experts (quality assurance professionals, e-learning, e-assessment and ICT experts, academics and students) to participate in the TeSLA evaluation panels. The task of the experts w…


Students from Sofia University talk about TeSLA

tesla-project November 21, 2016 General

“TeSLA is the future of education. TeSLA is equal chance and opportunity for everyone. TESLA is trust. ” Elena Koleva, 2nd year student in Pedagogy     “I think that TeSLA will stop plagiarism or at least it will seriously scare those, who us…


External experts in the Quality Assurance processes

tesla-project November 14, 2016 General

One of the elements that contribute to ensuring the validity, reliability and usefulness of the external quality assurance processes is external experts (peer review). Assessments carried out by panels of external experts are based on the observation a…


Disseminating TeSLA Project

tesla-project November 7, 2016 General

One of the main goals of TeSLA project is to be connected with the society and the industry. We are addressed to three main actors: educational institutions, ICT companies and research centers of ICT and education. Thus we are working for providing to…

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