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Case Study Analysis on Blended and Online Institutions by Using a Trustworthy System

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For online and blended education institutions, there is a severe handicap when they need to justify how the authentication and authorship of their students are guaranteed during the whole instructional process. Different approaches have been proposed in the past but most of them only depend on specific technological solutions. These solutions in order to be successfully accepted in educational settings have to be transparently integrated with the educational process according to pedagogical criteria. This paper analyses the results of the first pilot based on the TeSLA trustworthy system for a blended and a fully online institutions focused on engineering academic programs.

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  • Trustworthy system
  • Authentication
  • Authorship
  • Blended learning
  • Fully online learning

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This work is supported by H2020-ICT-2015/H2020-ICT-2015 TeSLA project “An Adaptive Trust-based e-assessment System for Learning”, Number 688520.

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Rodríguez, M.E., Baneres, D., Ivanova, M., Durcheva, M. (2018). Case Study Analysis on Blended and Online Institutions by Using a Trustworthy System. In: Ras, E., Guerrero Roldán, A. (eds) Technology Enhanced Assessment. TEA 2017. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 829. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-97807-9_4

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