ECCA Publishes Online Survey Report on European Student eID

The European Campus Card Association (ECCA) is actively progressing with a ‘Consultation Process on the Development of a Proposal for a Trusted Student Identification Framework’ (Student eID Project) to support the provision of secure identification and authentication of students on a cross-border basis in Europe. 

The purpose of this eID Project is to obtain a consensus between European Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), service providers, students and the relevant stakeholders on the necessary structure, technologies and requirements that will facilitate the implementation of a common student eID throughout Europe. This project, supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the EU, is part of a consultation process on the ‘Development of a Proposal for a Trusted Student Identification Framework’.

As part of the project activities, under Work Package 2, ‘Research, State-of-the-Art & Stakeholders Requirements’, an on-line survey was commissioned, in January 2021 (over a six-week period), to obtain the views and opinions of all relevant stakeholders regarding their requirements and the benefits of a European Student eID that will overcome the obstacles to the cross-border mutual recognition of students. In addition, the Student eID will provide access to both academic and nonacademic services on a cross-border basis. This survey was representative of all stakeholders, which included HEIs, service providers, students and others, from countries and regions across Europe, USA, Canada, and Asia, with a minimum of 150 target respondents. The total responses to the survey was 279 and the number of fully completed survey responses was 207 (completion rate 74%). The report was recently published in April 2021. 

To download the full report click on the following link;

https://eidproject.eu/publications  

ANA-U improves Self-Service Terminal CT3

For over a year, Covid-19 has kept the world in suspense. In all aspects of life, we have to master big challenges.  As a manufacturer of card issuing systems, we at ANA-U GmbH were able to experience first hand how universities struggled for safety and protection for students and employees while maintaining everyday life under completely different circumstances.

We know, we can’t solve all the big issues. But we would like to make everyday life easier and safer. So we focused on improving our product self-service terminal CT3 in order to achieve higher protection level for staff and security for students.

Simple and easy:

The self-service terminal CT3 enables the simplest creation and issuing of both simple cards and ID cards without any people to people interaction.

Thanks to the user-friendly interface, issuing of cards or IDs have become significantly easier and do not require any additional support. The ANA-U WebCard Management, which has been tried and tested for years, is a decentralized and service-oriented system for issuing cards.The current self-service version enables easy access to create ID cards with perfect photos supported by the automatic facial recognition system without any special knowledge.

 

 

For student IDs, visitor cards, replacement cards, conference  and trade fair IDs as well as employee IDs;

  • Thermo transfer printing
  • Camera integrated
  • Barcode scanner integrated
  • RFID reader integrated
  • Display (resolution: 1026x600)
  • Industrial PC (Intel Atom N-Series)
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • individual front design

ColorID recently launched their e-Binder

It includes all their top selling products, solutions and services.  This interactive e-Binder is one-of-a-kind that allows end users to walk through information with their ColorID account representatives: https://ebinder.colorid.com/link/252402/

ColorID’s new 6-Part Summer webinar series kicking off in mid-June

This is going to cover a number of categories that showcases best in class solutions for higher education institutions: https://www.colorid.com/6-part-summer-series.html