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Why blockchain could mean fewer hassles for students and workers proving their credentials

By Rory McGreal, Professor and UNESCO/ICDE Chair in Open Educational Resources, Athabasca University
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Microcredentials — attestations of proficiency in a specific skill or knowledge base that are certified by an authority — can provide evidence of a person’s skills to employers.

While microcredentials are becoming more popular, the concept is hardly new: A driver’s licence or the St. John Ambulance certificate could be considered as microcredentials, attesting respectively to a person’s driving skill or their…The Conversation

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