Perrine de Coëtlogon hosts a digital working group at national level on Blockchain and Education (Blockchain4Edu) within the directorate for pedagogical innovation of the University of Lille (France). Diploma, skills and open badges, open educational resources and identity are the three main themes of the working group, launched and supported by the French Ministry of National Education, (through the Directorate of Digital for Education -DNE, Numérilab). She was appointed in 2016 by the French Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation as an expert for Open Education Europe & International, within the Mission for Pedagogy and Digital Technology (MIPNES). She is member of the working group of the European Commission “Digital skills and competences” since January 2016. For six years, Perrine was General Secretary of the French-speaking Digital University for Health and Sport Sciences (UNF3S, now UNESS). She has expertise in OER in France and also in French-speaking countries (Senegal, Ivory Cost, IDNEUF – initiative pour le Développement de l’Espace Universitaire Francophone). She has studied French and German law at Paris-Nanterre and at the Potsdam University (Germany). Before going back to higher education in 2009, she practised law at the Paris Bar for seven years in French, English and German.
Perrine will explain the rationale and focus of the Blockchain and Education (Blockchain4Edu) digital working group within the directorate for pedagogical innovation of the University of Lille (France).