Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

No, I don't think we were wrong to look at applications of blockchain in education. Premature, perhaps, but the opportunities for a decentralized set of permanent records of authorship, achievenement, and other data are too important to ignore. "Through the use of blockchain," writes Rory McGreal, "it could be possible to ensure the availability of more affordable, equitable and quality educational content internationally."

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