|Autors: Durcheva, M. I., Pandiev, I. M., Halova, E. J., Kojuharova, N. A., Rozeva, A. G.|
Title: Innovations in teaching and assessment of engineering courses, supported by authentication and authorship analysis system
Keywords: Education innovation, Assessment, Trusted eAssessment, Authenticity verification, Authorship analysis, Education quality assurance.
Abstract: Common opinion of educators in engineering education is the need for innovations in existing teaching and learning strategies by implementing the latest achievements of information and communication technologies (ICT) supporting teaching, learning and assessment processes. As employers’ requirements are constantly increasing, graduates need to get used to evolve and develop their skills for acquiring knowledge, independent learning, critical thinking, innovation competence, networking, creativity, effective time management. Online teaching and learning forms provide nowadays this opportunity. The TeSLA system as an innovative enhancement of virtual learning environments, provides students and teachers with the opportunity for trust-based eAssessment process with guaranteed quality, thus completing the online learning triad. Current paper shares the innovation results for teaching and assessment practices based on the experience gained by the Technical university of Sofia (TUS) when pe
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