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TeSLA Project presented at the 9th International Conference on Management of Digital EcoSystems (MEDES’17).

tesla-project February 12, 2018 General

  The synergy effect of the TeSLA Project in Management of Engineering Higher Education (as an Invited paper) was presented at the 9th  International Conference on Management of Digital EcoSystems (MEDES’17) which took place from 7 to 10 November…


The TeSLA Project was presented in the ICERI2017 – 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 2017

tesla-project February 2, 2018 General

Prof. Roumiana Peytcheva-Forsyth and Dr. Blagovesna Yovkova from Sofia University, Bulgaria presented the TeSLA project at the 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation which took place  between 16-18 of  November, 2017…

Contextual integrity

Transparency + Choice = Contextual integrity

tesla-project January 23, 2018 General

  There is no secret that many things that people used to do in real life can now also be done virtually, like: shopping and paying bills with use of Internet banking; making friends and staying in contact through social media websites; or followi…



tesla-project December 14, 2017 General

  WP4 partners (AQU Catalunya, ENQA and EQANIE) presented a paper entitled “External evaluation of e-assessment – a conceptual design of elements to be considered” at the 12th European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) on 23-25 November 2017 in the U…

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The TeSLA Project was presented in the FATİH Project in Education, Educational Technologies Summit 2017

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  The TeSLA Project was presented in the FATİH Project in Education, Educational Technologies Summit 2017 which was organized by the Ministry of National Education, General Directorate of Innovation and Education Technologies of Turkey in November…

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The significance, opportunities and risks presented by BYOD for digitisation strategies in the European education sector

tesla-project November 22, 2017 General

  The European education sector is facing a period of continuous digital transformation. As is the case in other areas of our lives, there are also far-reaching changes occurring in the education sector as a result of the latest technological adva…

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tesla-project November 13, 2017 General

  Ethical approach TeSLA’s metrics indicate, in the form of a percentage, how trustworthy the samples of biometric data/text sent by the learners are. These reliability indexes measured by the biometric instruments raise an ethical questioning bec…


You Sound different today

tesla-project November 8, 2017 General

At the heart of the TeSLA system lie several instruments that implement various biometrics based identity-verification systems. TeSLA collects several kinds of biometric data from each learner. These biometric samples are processed by the various instr…

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A case study analysis on blended and online institutions by using the trustworthy system TeSLA was presented at TEA Conference

tesla-project October 24, 2017 General

  A paper analyzing the results after the first pilot of the TeSLA project performed in Technical University of Sofia (TUS) and Open University of Catalonia (UOC) was presented at the International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA Co…


On generating auditable information for authorship verification in online education

tesla-project October 18, 2017 General

Hugo Jair Escalante, Manuel Montes, Pastor López (INAOE team)   Authorship verification (AV) deals with the problem of determining whether a document has been written by a given author or not. In TeSLA, and in online education in general, AV metho…

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