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Final seminar of project TALOE

TALOE project will deliver its final seminar on Tuesday 17th November 2015, in Brussels (Université Libre de Bruxelles). Learn and experiment the webtool to propose assessment methods related with type of learning outcomes/competences.

The registration is free however seats are limited. You can register by sending an email to [email protected] with your full name, job title, organization and contact details such as email address, telephone and postal address. Confirmation of availability will be sent by email.

For more information about this final event please ckick here!

EUNIS E-Learning Task Force Workshop

In June the University of Abertay, Dundee (Scotland) will host EUNIS 2015. This year EUNIS in partnering with Jisc will deliver a workshop on Electronic Management of Assessment and assessment analytics. The workshop, on 9th June, will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and feedback activities and streamline associated administration and how we might make use of assessment data to improve learning.

TALOE will participate in this event and present a web tool that is being develop and that intends to help teachers decide which e-assessment strategies to use in online courses. TALOE will be represented by project partner University Computing Centre SRCE (University of Zagreb).


The webinar scheduled for today, 18 March at 11:00 CET, has been canceled! The webinar “Mind the Gap! Perceptual differences and learning” will not take place today.

We apologize for canceling at the last minute but for health reasons is not possible for the speaker to carry out the webinar today .

TALOE participated with a workshop in EDEN conference

The TALOE project attended the EDEN annual conference held from 10-13 July 2014, in Zabreg, promoting a workshop session whose theme under discussion was innovative e-assessment strategies.

The project researched and selected e-assessment practices based on the criteria also developed by the project partners, which focus on both the model type, the pedagogy and the techniques as well. The workshop was an opportunity to discuss the selection criteria and the e-assessment practices. The participantes were split into groups and analyzed some case studies.

This workshop was led by partners Jüri Lőssenko (HITSA), Sandra Kucina (SRCE), Laszlo Komaromi (Denis Gabor College), Inés Gil-Jaurena (UNED, Spain) and Alfredo Soeiro (UPORTO).