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Project Number: 688520 – TESLA – H2020-ICT-2015/H2020-ICT-2015
Agreement Number: 688520
Fundedby
the European Union
An Ada...
Features of the call and budget
Horizon2020 – ICT 20 (Information and Communication Technologies)
Topic: Technologies for ...
The project
Coordinating
institution
UOC (Universistat
Oberta de Catalunya)
Funded by the European Commission
Coordinator
...
The consortium of the project
18 partners with a total of around sixty professionals from 8 Universities, 3
Quality Agenci...
Considerations about (e)learning
The teaching and learning process is conducted (totally or partially) through the net
Usi...
The e-assessment process as a cornestone in HE
The education has evolved with ICT but NOT e-assessment processes
We believ...
Main objective
To define and develop an e-assessment system, which ensures learners
authentication and authorship in onlin...
Some specific objectives
Analyse and design the most appropriate learning activities for e-assessment.
Introduce tools and...
Benefits
Enhanced scalability for institutions. Now the full
student lifecycle can be completed and fully
accredited onlin...
Pilot studies
a series of large-scale pilot tests with over
14,000 students from all over Europe,
respecting social and cu...
Transversal view
Work packages
WP 1. Project Management (UOC).
WP 2. Requirements and modeling of the educational model (UOC).
WP 3. Data p...
Large scale pilots
scheme
Large scale pilots
Large scale pilots
Large scale pilots
How the TeSLA system works
The institutions connect or integrate TeSLA within
their existing learning environments; there ...
Selection of instruments
Face recognition and anti-spoofing
Voice recognition and anti-spoofing
Plagiarism, text maching a...
Video
Funded by the European Commission
TeSLA in the media
Social networks
@teslaprojectEU
https://www.linkedin.com/company/10643342
Website: www.tesla-project.eu...
Funded by the European Commission
For more information about TeSLA project,
you can contact with us via: info@tesla-
proje...
Thank you!
TeSLA Project: http://tesla-project.eu/
Follow us on Twitter: @teslaprojectEU
TeSLA project: an adaptive trust-based e-assessment system for learning
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TeSLA project: an adaptive trust-based e-assessment system for learning

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Serpil Koçdar from Anadolu University gave a presentation about the TeSLA project: An adaptive trust-based e-assessment system for learning as part of the online events by expert pool Assessment within EMPOWER.

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TeSLA project: an adaptive trust-based e-assessment system for learning

  1. 1. Project Number: 688520 – TESLA – H2020-ICT-2015/H2020-ICT-2015 Agreement Number: 688520 Fundedby the European Union An Adaptive Trust-based e- assessment System for Learning This project has been co-funded by the HORIZON 2020 Programme of the European Union. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.
  2. 2. Features of the call and budget Horizon2020 – ICT 20 (Information and Communication Technologies) Topic: Technologies for better human learning and teaching Type: Innovation Action, with Large Scale Pilots Means: 20% Research & 80% Innovation TeSLA is one of the 6 selected projects for funding (universities, not usual, first) Total budget: 7.283.092€ Duration: 3 years - January, 2016 to December, 2018
  3. 3. The project Coordinating institution UOC (Universistat Oberta de Catalunya) Funded by the European Commission Coordinator Anna Elena Guerrero, PhD
  4. 4. The consortium of the project 18 partners with a total of around sixty professionals from 8 Universities, 3 Quality Agencies, 4 Research centres and 3 Technology companies. Funded by the European Commission
  5. 5. Considerations about (e)learning The teaching and learning process is conducted (totally or partially) through the net Using ICT tools and resources (didactic materials, wikis, blogs, communications tools, etc) New (or not so new) syllabus components: Learning outcomes, methodology, activities and assessment models Teacher role’s: guide, facilitator, content provider (¿?), evaluator. Learner: self-autonomous learner, ICT user (and active searcher). Variety of LMS: Moddle, Blackboard, own university online campuses Big amount of data to be analysed for improving education quality But how can we tackle the (e) assessment process?
  6. 6. The e-assessment process as a cornestone in HE The education has evolved with ICT but NOT e-assessment processes We believe that ICT can make the educational system more reliable and credible new challenge to update the whole Educational process: e-assessment Assessment Models Learning Outcomes/Outputs/ Competences Criteria & Indicators ICT Tools and resources for e-assessment Feedback (formative) Peer and Collaborative Assessment Unsolved: Authentication and Authorship
  7. 7. Main objective To define and develop an e-assessment system, which ensures learners authentication and authorship in online and blended learning environments while avoiding the time and physical space limitations imposed by face-to-face examination. The TeSLA project will cover teaching and learning processes as well as ethical, legal and technological aspects.
  8. 8. Some specific objectives Analyse and design the most appropriate learning activities for e-assessment. Introduce tools and resources in the learning activities that capture learners’ data. Conduct several pilots of the TeSLA e-assessment system for ensuring the authentication and authorship of the learners during the e-assessment processes. Provide a core version of the TeSLA e-assessment system free of charge for educational institutions, and a professional and commercial version. Hold a set of training workshops for teachers for enhancing e-assessment processes.
  9. 9. Benefits Enhanced scalability for institutions. Now the full student lifecycle can be completed and fully accredited online. Protection and including extra security against academic fraud and plagiarism with digital and timestamp certificates. Support for new innovative and distributed learning methodologies. Technology agnostic solution. TeSLA works standalone or with any LMS that supports LTI standards. TeSLA will assure and guarantee the quality of e- assessment processes following the European Standard guidelines defined by Quality Agencies Better support for people with disabilities. It is not required anymore to travel to an examination center. Best in class experience for students and professors. Without major interference, students can now complete all their learning activities.
  10. 10. Pilot studies a series of large-scale pilot tests with over 14,000 students from all over Europe, respecting social and cultural differences, guaranteeing equal opportunities and providing an inclusive solution Funded by the European Commission
  11. 11. Transversal view
  12. 12. Work packages WP 1. Project Management (UOC). WP 2. Requirements and modeling of the educational model (UOC). WP 3. Data privacy and ethics (Namur). WP 4. Quality assurance in online higher education (AQU). WP 5. Design and implementation of trusted assessment mechanisms (Lplus). WP 6. Integration of the framework in learning environments (Watchful). WP 7. Design and development of pilots (SU). WP 8. Pilots evaluation (OU). WP 9. Communication, dissemination, liaisons and exploitation (protOS).
  13. 13. Large scale pilots scheme
  14. 14. Large scale pilots
  15. 15. Large scale pilots
  16. 16. Large scale pilots
  17. 17. How the TeSLA system works The institutions connect or integrate TeSLA within their existing learning environments; there are both LMS plug-ins and standard LTI connectors available. Professor creates an assessable learning activity; then he/she decides what level of assurance and security (which instruments) to include for this specific assessment. It is also planned that TeSLA can run stand- alone without any LMS integration
  18. 18. Selection of instruments Face recognition and anti-spoofing Voice recognition and anti-spoofing Plagiarism, text maching and authorship validation Keystroke patterns
  19. 19. Video Funded by the European Commission
  20. 20. TeSLA in the media Social networks @teslaprojectEU https://www.linkedin.com/company/10643342 Website: www.tesla-project.eu Funded by the European Commission
  21. 21. Funded by the European Commission For more information about TeSLA project, you can contact with us via: info@tesla- project.eu or visit the TeSLA website www.tesla-project.eu
  22. 22. Thank you! TeSLA Project: http://tesla-project.eu/ Follow us on Twitter: @teslaprojectEU

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