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Blockchain in the creative industry and education

The blockchain technology buzzing is everywhere via investors, entrepreneurs, even politicians and in higher education. As Harvard Business Review has termed it a foundational technology and global market forecasts show the prospects of an extraordinary growth the buzzword on everybody’s lips is very likely to turn into one of the main transformative forces to go further into the digital society. The creative industry and education are two of the fields where blockchain can have a… Continue reading

Making Education adapt to the Digital Age with AI, Blockchain and Gamification

LEARNING DESIGN IN PRACTICE FOR EVERYBODY  > PART5 > NEW SECTION FEBRUARY 13 2018 Boosted involvement and engagement, deepened personalisation and streamlined administration, this is what these technologies basically accomplish for education, but there is loads of added value beyond this. And since the digital age is triggered by trial- and error applications, embraces and demand individual talent and skills, and mobility and automation is other signs of the time, gamification, artificial intelligence and blockchain… Continue reading

Making Blockchain a European Affair

Social-, educational- and economic transactions with no need for a middleman make blockchain sound like a well-adapted technology for Europe. In this spirit, the Blockchain Observatory and Forum were launched last week by the European Commission. Initially, it was created as a European Parliament pilot project that was proposed by MEP Jakob von Weizsacker. Vice-President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip commented the launch in the following way: “We want to build on Europe’s… Continue reading

How Blockchain technology can impact Education

eLearningworld News A new report called “Blockchain in Education” from European Commission shows the prospects of using blockchain technology in education and its potential to transform the field. The main conclusion is that: “Blockchain technology can help improve old models of data management and bring benefits to learners and educational institutions in the EU – if policymakers are well prepared to embrace the change.” The last part is very important and should be seen in… Continue reading

Use of Blockchain in Education – the future is here

eLearningworld News A new solution based on blockchain technology allows open sharing of academic proficiency and progress records in a much more efficient way than before. The solution is developed by Sony Global Education and based on IBM Blockchain where the main benefits is that it allows school administrators to consolidate and manage students’ educational data from several schools, as well as record and refer their learning history and digital academic transcripts with more accuracy.… Continue reading

Digital Day 2018: Transformation a joint European project

eLearningworld News Today is the Digital day taking place in Brussels. The EU Commission is bringing together ministers, representatives of EU countries, industry, academia and civil society representatives together to encourage cooperation in artificial intelligence, blockchain, eHealth and innovation where the discussions will focus on how technologies will shape the future Europe and how to develop a dynamic digital market with top-level digital literacy. The day is directed towards five areas, including collaborating on AI,… Continue reading

EU to become the leader in FinTech – new action plan launched

eLearningworld News In the shadow of Brexit and to promote future development of a growth industry, the European Union has launched a 23-step action plan for FinTech. It includes the establishment of an EU Fintech Laboratory and it also includes strategies to advance new developments in cloud computing and artificial intelligence. Blockchain technology is another area in focus. The plan is also directed on to enable crowdfunding platforms to apply for an EU label based… Continue reading

Adding pieces together to form a European Education Area

eLearningworld News The EU Commission’s ambitions plan to develop a European Education Area is taking shape. Before the EU meeting in Gothenburg November 17 the EU Commission now is presenting eleven points for further integration and to inject the spirit of success stories like student exchange programmes like Erasmus+ to build a European Education Area. The purpose is that the EU Commission believes that education and culture can be important tools to fight several of… Continue reading