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HRISTIAN DASKALOV
DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL STUDENT HOUSE
CO-FOUNDER OF THE CENTER FOR SHARED
SCIENCE AND BUSINESS – TU SOF...
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT
SOCIALIZING AND
CIVIL ENGAGEMENT
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
OPEN KNOWLEDGE
ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN
HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH,
BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF
OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION FOR
SYSTEMIC C...
Popular Open Source / Content ProjectsTypical Governance Model for an Open Source Project
Photo credits: Learning Machine
“We envision a world in which the
awarding and validation of
qualifications no longer occu...
BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (1)
• The blockchain is a distributed database that provides an
unalterable, (semi-)publ...
BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (2)
• Is Jessica really a medical doctor? Should I let her perform
brain surgery on me?
...
BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (3)
• “Blockchain provides a new way for universities to engage with
technology to reduc...
13
• Recognized in the “Outstanding
Projects with Social Value” category
of the 2018 Presidential Awards for
research & de...
Download: https://bit.ly/2FDUArS
BLOCKCHAIN IN SCIENCE
Research provenance and reproducibility
• Blockchain could “reduce overhead and accelerate the scien...
Intellectual
Property
Protection
ACADEMIC PUBLISHING
FOR AN INTEGRAL SOCIETY
SDG - focused
multidisciplinary
merit-based g...
THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS’
CATHEDRA JOURNAL
Resumes &
Reports
Scientific
Announcements
Knowledge
Sharing
Inventions and
Innovat...
THANK YOU!
DASKALOV.HR@GMAIL.COM
ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION FOR SYSTEMIC C...
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ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION FOR SYSTEMIC CHANGE

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ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION FOR SYSTEMIC CHANGE

  1. 1. HRISTIAN DASKALOV DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL STUDENT HOUSE CO-FOUNDER OF THE CENTER FOR SHARED SCIENCE AND BUSINESS – TU SOFIA OPEN SOURCE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PROJECT LEAD Young Scientists’ Cathedra New Bulgarian University, April 6th 2019
  2. 2. LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. SOCIALIZING AND CIVIL ENGAGEMENT
  4. 4. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
  5. 5. OPEN KNOWLEDGE
  6. 6. ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BASED ON THE APPLICATION OF OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION FOR SYSTEMIC CHANGE
  7. 7. Popular Open Source / Content ProjectsTypical Governance Model for an Open Source Project
  8. 8. Photo credits: Learning Machine “We envision a world in which the awarding and validation of qualifications no longer occur exclusively under the management of an education institution or an employer and individual students, teachers, and peers take more ownership of the learning experience and its outcomes (...)" Prof. John Domingue, Director of Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute A SYSTEMIC CHANGE AHEAD
  9. 9. BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (1) • The blockchain is a distributed database that provides an unalterable, (semi-)public record of digital transactions. • Each block aggregates a timestamped batch of transactions to be included in the ledger – or rather, in the blockchain. • Each block is identified by a cryptographic signature. • These blocks are all back-linked; that is, they refer to the signature of the previous block in the chain, and that chain can be traced all the way back to the very first block created. • As such, the blockchain contains an un-editable record of all the transactions made. Source: http://hackeducation.com/2016/04/07/blockchain-education-guide
  10. 10. BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (2) • Is Jessica really a medical doctor? Should I let her perform brain surgery on me? • Jessica wants to transfer course to another university and take her academic credit with her. • Jessica doesn’t want to follow a university curriculum, but rather follow a distributed one, recommended by an employer. • Jessica has been doing a work placement and her employer has some feedback to add. • Jessica has lost her A Level / degree certificates… Based on Jisc ''Blockchain in research and education'' - UKSG webinar - September 2017
  11. 11. BLOCKCHAIN IN EDUCATION EXPLAINED (3) • “Blockchain provides a new way for universities to engage with technology to reduce cost, improve speed and transparency and integrate social value” - Nick Petford, University of Northampton VC & CEO • Jessica’s student loan is automatically approved and tuition fees paid on confirmation of her place. • Jessica’s institution tracks provenance of goods and services, e.g. https://www.provenance.org. • Jessica’s library fine is automatically deducted from her EDU tokens’ account. Based on Jisc ''Blockchain in research and education'' - UKSG webinar - September 2017
  12. 12. 13 • Recognized in the “Outstanding Projects with Social Value” category of the 2018 Presidential Awards for research & development excellence in the field of information technology. • Runner-up for the 2018 “Most innovative Use of Blockchain for Social Good” Award as part of ''The Blocks" awards of the European Blockchain Expo in Amsterdam. • Part of the 5th cohort of the London- based edtech incubator "EDUCATE“, run by UCL - university number one globally in the subject of education, together with BESA (British Educational Suppliers Association) & NESTA. OSU BLOCKCHAIN-BASED CREDENTIALLING MODEL KEY MILESTONES ACHIEVED THUS FAR
  13. 13. Download: https://bit.ly/2FDUArS
  14. 14. BLOCKCHAIN IN SCIENCE Research provenance and reproducibility • Blockchain could “reduce overhead and accelerate the scientific process”, according to http://www.blockchainforscience.com/ • Where is the code and data linked to Jessica’s paper? (maybe stored on IPFS?) • Who has cited Jessica’s paper / code / data? • Who has re-used Jessica code and data? • What grants has Jessica brought in? • What collaborators and what equipment has Jessica been working with? • Has Jessica published in enough prestigious journals to get a bonus / tenure? Based on Jisc ''Blockchain in research and education'' - UKSG webinar - September 2017
  15. 15. Intellectual Property Protection ACADEMIC PUBLISHING FOR AN INTEGRAL SOCIETY SDG - focused multidisciplinary merit-based governance Interconnected Interdependent Rewards & Incentives for a Sustainable Community
  16. 16. THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS’ CATHEDRA JOURNAL Resumes & Reports Scientific Announcements Knowledge Sharing Inventions and Innovations Different, with purpose - at the cross-section of scientific and professional publishing
  17. 17. THANK YOU! DASKALOV.HR@GMAIL.COM

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