A2: Blockchain at the Service of Education
Perrine De Coëtlogon, Université de Lille, France
Mona Laroussi, Institute of Francophonie for Education and Training, Senegal
Bi Séhi Antoine Mian, Université Virtuelle de Côte d’Ivoire, Côte d'Ivoire
Please note that this workshop will be held ONLY in French.
Blockchain technology has been arousing as much enthusiasm as noticed in the early days of both the Internet and the World Wide Web. From distributed networks to cryptocurrencies and proof of work, this workshop is an unprecedented opportunity to provide an updated overview of this technology and how it impacts academic spheres and human resources (diploma issuance and skills-based certifications for long-life access), as well as education science (off-centring education with open badges) in Europe and the whole world.
14:00 – 15:30
15:30 – 16:00
16:00 – 17:15
CIO, tuition services, teachers, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) Units, learning engineers, Human Resources Departments
TARGET AUDIENCE SECTOR(S):
(Eg. workplace learning, higher education, primary & secondary cycles, public sector, agriculture, health, finance, multiples are ok)
Global understanding of the technological subject, networks, visibility of existing infrastructures, diplomas, skills and open badges
African participants who are not working for international organisations or global corporations may register for €30, all other participants may register for €40. This half day event includes a tea/coffee break and materials.
This workshop will be held in French, with no interpretation = Cet atelier sera conduit uniquement en français, sans interprétation
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