In the Era of Microcredentials, Institutions Look to Blockchain to Verify Learning
OCTOBER 31, 2017
The majority of students who attend more than one school,” says Long, who is the chief innovation officer at UT Austin’s innovation initiative, Project 2021. “If Microcredentials and badges have grown in popularity among both universities and other education providers, like Coursea, edX and other providers of MOOCs—and even coding bootcamps. Philipp Schmidt began thinking about the potential for blockchain in higher education long before the technology became a buzzword.