At the 12th EQAF 2017 which took place in Riga, Latvia, the Secretary General of EQANIE, together with the partners AQU Catalunya and ENQA presented the TeSLA project. As part of the project, the quality assurance partners develop a methodology for institutions regarding their quality, policy and security system for their online provision and e-assessment.
After both the terms of office of current President Eduardo Vendrell Vidal, Spain, and Vice-President Roland Ibbett, United Kingdom, are coming to an end in December of this year, the General Assembly elected a new leadership during their meeting in Lisbon on 23 October 2017. As of January 2018, Prof. Liz Bacon, University of Greenwich,
The new set of learning outcomes has been developped by a working group of experts from the field and members of the Accreditation Committee through a stakeholder process. They have also been incorporated into EQANIE’s Framework Standards and Accreditation Guidelines.The aim of the new standards is to facilitate the accreditation of programmes outside more traditional informatics/computer
After the final term of office of three founding members of the EQANIE Accreditation Committee has ended in October 2016, the Executive Board elected the following three new members: Prof. Salvatore Orlando, Italy Prof. Rüdiger Reischuk, Germany Prof. María-Ribera Sancho, Spain Furthermore, in order to fill a vacancy in the Board, the General Assembly elected
In the frame of the TeSLA project on new methods in e-assessment, EQANIE invites all its members and experts to participate in the evalutation of the newly developped e-assessment system. Further information can be found here.
At its meeting on 24 October 2016 in Budapest, Hungary, the Board of EQANIE adopted the new Euro-Inf Framework Standards and Accreditation Criteria. The new Euro-Inf Framework Standards contain the updated learning outcomes statements for accreditation, adpoted in 2015. Additionally, the general standards for accreditation – criteria to be met by all programmes to be accredited
EQANIE participates in a European project to design an online assessment system based on authentication and authorship. The European Commission has approved the TeSLA project (Adaptive Trust-based e-assessment System for Learning) to define and develop an e-assessment system to authenticate students and identify the authorship for learning activities on both, partially or wholly online learning
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