Digital technology and digital games have a positive and fruitful impact on education. They encourage discussion and stimulate critical thinking and interaction in virtual classroom.
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 Small States Centre of Excellence, Malta is hosting a webinar on 10 September 2020 at 16.00 CET to discuss the challenges Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are facing in their tourism sectors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Observations on the state of digital education during the ECVET Webinar 2020.organised by the NCFHE, Malta’s regulator for Higher Education.
We respond to the questions in the EU working paper on “Digital education in Europe’s knowledge societies”
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