Software Quality Research Group

 

The Software Quality Research Group focuses its research activities on Software Metrics and Measurements, Software Quality Assessment, Modeling and Assessment of Perceived (user-centered) Software Quality, Software Usability and Quality of E-Commerce Systems, Educational Software Quality. The Research Group consists of 15 active members and many partners, including undergraduate and graduate students and freelancers.


The Software Quality Research Laboratory contains all necessary equipment for the recording (video recording, screen recording, keystroke recording e.t.c) of users’ action taking place during the testing procedure. The laboratory consists of a testing room and an observation and control room separated by a one-way mirror. The equipment installed in this laboratory consists of a roof-mounted video camera, sound recording devices and specialized software, such as software for logging and analysing users actions, internal measurements, remote capturing of user data, etc.

 

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        • The HOME project will organise a network event showcasing the uptake of MOOCs in Europe. Experts from all over Europe will contribute to the this year’s conference “WOW! Europe embraces MOOCs”. Most participants will write papers about their case study discussing the uptake of MOOCs in Europe. These will be collected and published as draft papers available for all conference participants. All (final) papers will be published in a separate report early 2016. Some papers related to the following HOME programme themes will be invited to present their case-study.

          1. Pedagogical approaches in European MOOCs
          2. Shared services in European MOOC context
          3. Business models European MOOCs
          4. Supporting the selection of MOOC platforms
          5. Role media exposure on MOOC development

          The conference “WOW! Europe embraces MOOCs” will take place in Rome on the 30th of November 2015.

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 Conference: "Mapping The European MOOC Territory"

HOME will organise a conference dedicated to Mapping The European MOOC Territory. This conference will focus on the opportunities and characteristics for European cooperation on MOOCs. Authors of selected position papers will present their views, next to the first results of the Benchmarking MOOC strategies in Europe". The conference will be held in Porto, Portugal on 27 November 2014. Please find preliminary conference programme here. More information: http://home.eadtu.eu/

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