The Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning (3CL) starts the new year with a new project, ‘Digital Enhanced Learning for All‘, as part of European Union’s Horizon 2020 funding programme.
A discussion of blockchain technologies as enablers of systems of distributed governance to rebuild trust between governments and their publics.
The recent Lille University and Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning joint conference examined whether blockchain techologies to decentralise the web can halt the so-called ‘death of the internet’.
The Lille conference analysed the impact of blockchain technology on the education sector from unique perspectives, focusing primarily on use case studies and implementation concerns.
In the run up to the joint 3CL and Universite’ de Lille Blockchain Conference, Lille, 28-29 May, we take a look at why the time is propitious to examine the scope of this enabling technology in the field of education.
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