SXSW EDU 2019
Educating Educators about Blockchain
This panel session will introduce blockchain technology (what it is, its primary and myriad proposed use cases, and its impact on education and students). This panel will help demystify the topic and give examples of how to incorporate the topic into various subjects and courses, both in the traditional classroom and online.
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- Understand blockchain basics and feel more comfortable with the topic and incorporating it into various subject matters
- Understand why technological competence is critical for educators
- Understand why technological competence is critical for educators and students for the new economy in the age of the Internet of Value
- Tonya Evans, Professor of Law, Chair of IP & Innovation Online Programming, University of New Hampshire School of Law
- Kristin Johnson, McGlinchey Stafford Professor of Law, Tulane University Law School
- Shontavia Johnson, Associate Vice President for Academic Partnerships and Innovation, Clemson University
Tonya Evans, Professor of Law, Chair of IP & Innovation Online Programming, University of New Hampshire School of Law
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