EDUCATION BLOCKCHAIN ACTION NETWORK
In an effort to establish a shared framework of understanding related to Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and Blockchains within the context of education, we ask for your participation in curating this community repository. Have something to share? Consider contributing to this evolving collection of articles, resources, research, and reports related to blockchains in education.
As blockchain technologies and their associated networks evolve, we will be featuring a diverse range of projects; those the community has highlighted as having the greatest potential to impact the national educational landscape. Are you working on an exciting project utilizing blockchains in education? Let us know and/or consider contributing to the Community Portal.
We encourage everyone (educators, administrators, students, parents, and technology developers) to join the community portal where you can create, contribute to, fork, and/or just follow the evolving ecosystem of education-focused blockchain projects. This space is intentionally open, collaborative, and community driven. Please be respectful and contribute thoughtfully.
In addition to the Community Portal, and as part of our effort to build a shared collaborative community, The Office of Educational Technology will often host or feature events related to the use of blockchains in education. These may be exclusive on-location events or virtual web-based events open to the public. Check back to see the latest featured community events.
Summit on Education Blockchains
US Department of Education | Washington, DC
June 20, 2019
ISTE 2019 | Philidelphia, PA
June 24, 2019
As part of our goal to broaden the community and create an inclusive and shared dialog around this rapidly evolving technology and its educational implications, we will often feature community reflections from educators, policy makers, developers, and students. Interested in contributing? Let us know.
Featured posts coming soon..