Lunch Networking with TeSLA Project
When: 25th October
Where: Carris Hotel (Oporto, Portugal)
Sign Up Registration: https://tesla-project.eu/tesla-event
Discover TeSLA, a trust-based authentication & authorship e-assessment analysis system the 25th October in Oporto (Portugal).
TeSLA Project is reinventing online assessments and Learning to Trust. TeSLA Project provides to educational institutions and organizations of all sizes guarantee, an adptative trust e-assessment system for assuring e-assessment processes in online environments.
We are almost in the final sprint of the project. After a successful 1st and 2nd round of TeSLA pilots, during the 3rd round of pilots carried out in 2018, more than 19,000 students from 7 different universities have tested TeSLA system.
Tests have covered from communication protocols and data privacy agreements to the proof of TeSLA instruments or tools such as voice, face or keystroke recognition already integrated in the own universities VLE such as Blackboard or Moodle.
TeSLA system is a Project funded by the European Commision
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 19k students across Europe.
We are in the final sprint of the project, we would like to have you to know the TeSLA project and chat with guests about the academic and commercial future of e-leaning and e-assessments.
We´ll be expecting you!
FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION
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