EU-backed tool to combat cheating in online exams finally ready

From Times Higher Education: “A European Union-backed tool designed to stamp out cheating in online assessment with facial and keystroke recognition is finally ready for launch and will be available for free. Despite having reported successful pilots in 2018, the €7 million (£6 million) Adaptive Trust-based E-assessment System for Learning (Tesla) tool had not made it to market by the time the coronavirus pandemic forced universities to switch to remote assessment last year….the tool will also compare learners’ work to check for potential plagiarism.”

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