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 the five remaining grand challenges?
Members of the several Quality Agencies were together presenting and discussing several topics related to the most important challenges into Higher Education. Representatives of the national and international higher education community, representatives of the international business world and employer’s association, political stakeholders and representatives of the media, representatives of international quality assurance agencies were attending.
Thanks to European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE), the TeSLA project was presented to the attendees. We share with them how to tackle the e-assessment process in blended and online learning environments as a mechanism for enhancing the teaching and learning process. If your are interesting in this topic, in the following days the whole presentations will be located into ASIIN web page.
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