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John Domingue at EDUtech_EUROPE 2022

Jane Whild, Thursday 06 October 2022 | Annotate
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KMi's John Domingue attended the EDUtech_EUROPE 2022 conference that was held in Amsterdam between 5-6th October. The event brought together more than 3000 educators, 250 speakers and 200 edtech providers from across Europe to present stories, showcase innovation and inspire educators across the region. There were four event themes:

T1: Schools Leaders and Hybrid Learning
T2: Schools IT & Digital Leaders and Digital Pedagogy
T3: Higher Education Leaders - Leaders and People
T4: Higher Education IT & Digital Leaders and Next Gen Learning. 

John Domingue took part in the T4 Panel with Pierre Boulet, Vice President of Digital Transformation at University of Lille entitled: Digital Credentialing: the 21st-century approach to documenting learning.  It was moderated by Rajarshi Chakraborty, MD of Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics. Their discussion focused on:

  • Giving students control over secure, validated and machine-readable credentials
  • An expendable solution to learning documentation
  • Articulating your vision and designing pilots for innovative blockchain and NFTs.

Browse the conference hashtag #EdutechEurope to learn more about the event. 


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