2019: TeSLA: multifactor verification for online assessment

Presenter: Chris Edwards (Institute of Educational Technology, Open University, UK)

This session looks at the TeSLA project. A large, European Union funded project to develop a suite of embedded e-authentication tools for online assessment. The session explores what we did and what we learned.

About TeSLA: With teaching and learning increasingly being delivered online, there is a growing need for robust and trustworthy online assessments. For this reason the EU H2020-funded TeSLA project was undertaken. The project aimed to develop an e-assessment authentication system to help ensure that learners in online assessments are who they say they are. TeSLA developed a suite of tools to automatically and robustly authenticate student authorship in high-stakes e-assessments.

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Sessions are hosted by Professor Geoffrey Crisp, DVC Academic, University of Canberra and Dr Mathew Hillier, University New South Wales, Australia.

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6 November 2019 07:00 AM   through   08:00 AM Coordinated Universal Time (UTC / GMT) : See your equivalent local time

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