New Conferences Explore Blockchain in Education
Oral Roberts University, who recently held a conference to educate colleges and blockchain universities will host two new one-day blockchain events, one on the east coast and the other on the west coast, to reach educators and IT leaders both in higher education and in K-12. Both events offer discounts to participants from educational institutions.
The Microsoft Sunnyvale campus will host the "West" edition of "Blockchain in Education" on October 12th; and the University of the District of Columbia Van Ness Campus will host the "East" version on November 13th. Participants will receive blockchain certificates produced by ORU and paper certificate certificates.
According to the agenda of the West Coast event, the conference will introduce blockchain concepts and explore how blockchain can be used in an educational environment. Speakers include Byron Clift-Breland, the Chancellor of the San Jose Evergreen Community College and Sudhir Wadhwa, a professor at the University of Santa Clara and chief technology officer of Viridis Learning, a company that helps students identify their career paths and provides the tools to help them track and share their results. The agenda for the East Coast event will soon be announced; Speakers include Feng Hou, CIO and chief digital learning officer for Central New Mexico Community College and Loretta Early, CIO for George Washington University.
"No college or university offers training certificates, diplomas or degrees in any of the procedures – campus-led functions Therefore, everyone has waited years to clean up the processes that take days, such as approval of financial aid, # 39; articulation, evaluation, "said Michael Mathews, vice president of technology and innovation for Oral Roberts University. "If you're tired of the multi-day processes that hinder student success, blockchain is a technology needed to streamline interrupted processes."