Blockchain & Education, sovereignty, identity, credentials, sustainability, decentralisation

28-29 mai 2019
The conference is organised and hosted by the University of Lille (France) within its learning center called Lilliad, based on the campus of Villeneuve d'Ascq (cité scientifique) - Villeneuve d'Ascq (France)
The blockchain technology involves many innovations and thematics. Beyond computer sciences, the aim of this conference is to allow educational innovation to improve a lifelong learning pathway that integrates personal interest, peer relationships, and achievement in academic, civic, or career-relevant areas, keyed to the abundance of information and social connection brought about by networked and digital media. For this learning paradigm to fully meet the expectations of students, it needs to contribute to their personal and professional aspirations, necessitating it to be supported by a system to measure, record and share educational achievements. Through its ability to act as a decentralised, stakeholder-led, trusted and interoperable ledger of achievement, blockchain has the potential to be the connective fabric that links different learning experiences across formal and non-formal domains, irrespective of the medium. The conference brings together thought leaders, academics, practitioners, policy makers and entrepreneurs. The two-day programme looks into current and future applications of blockchain technology and how it may transform credentials for both formal and informal learning. The conference programme is grouped around four, interconnected themes.
Discipline scientifique : Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain - Intelligence artificielle - Architecture - Cryptographie et sécurité - Calcul parallèle, distribué et partagé - Informatique - Milieux et Changements globaux - Droit

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