The OECD Digital Education Outlook 2021 includes a chapter on the blockchain in education, focusing on case studies engaged with the issuing of academic credentials to a blockchain.
The 2021 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report, Teaching and Learning Edition takes stock of the changes that have been brought by the Covid-19 pandemic in higher education. It has to be seen whether these changes, the include widespread use of e-learning, are […]
Educators from India, Mauritius, Botswana and Nigeria in higher education and TVET institutions joined a 3CL workshop and prepared strategy documents for their respective organisations with a focus on blockchain curriculum or verifiable credentialing.
Can individuals ‘really’ manage their credentials and digital access? Natalie Smolenski from Hyland Credentials explores the fundamental premise of self-sovereignty and deconstructs whether an individual may become the ultimate source of verified data about themselves.
How does the blockchain change the way end-users interact with and trust services? Dr Joshua Ellul from the Centre for Distributed Ledger Technologies at the University of Malta provides a solid introduction to the blockchain and discusses its potential for new and improved citizen services.
The ninth Pan-Commonwealth Forum (PCF9) in Edinburgh, Scotland was held between 9 and 12 September 2019 and was attended by over 400 delegates from over 50 countries. PCF9 was organised by the Commonwealth of Learning in collaboration with OU UK […]
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