The TeSLA Project was presented as an oral presentation titled as “Students’ Experiences on Using Authentication and Authorship Systems in e-Assessment: Anadolu University Case” in International European Academic Conference on Education and Humanities (WEI-EH-Barcelona 2019) which was organized by The West East Institute in January 22-24, 2019 in Barcelona. This study intends to reveal the results of the third pilot phase (large-scale pilots) about the TeSLA Project regarding students’ experiences at Anadolu University. The TeSLA system was used for authentication and authorship of learners in assessment practices with face recognition, voice recognition, keystroke dynamics, forensic analysis and plagiarism instruments with more than 5000 blended and distance students in Anadolu University. Based upon the collected results, experiences of students, implications and future directions for using authentication and authorship systems in e-assessment were presented in this study.
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