A brief definition of Connected Learning, and overview of its current status in digital education focusing on MOOCS as an example.
The 3CL conference ‘Blockchain, Credentials and Connected Learning’, on 17 and 18 May 2018 in Malta, brings together thought leaders, policy makers and educators to discuss four key themes: connected learning through blockchain; learning and earning; decentralising education; and sovereignty and identity.
The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) guides educators with a model to assist them in assessing and developing their digital competences in teaching.
The EU’s Joint Research Centre has just published an early stage study on the potential of blockchain technologies in education in Europe.
Malta’s reputation as an island lab for the testing and deployment of new technologies gained a boost in September with the agreement to launch four Blockchain pilots in education.
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