Blockchain: Transformative Applications for Libraries and Education
Faculty Presentation

Faculty Conference Presentation

Blockchain applications and use cases for libraries have been at the center of an 18-month research investigation headed by Dr. Sandy Hirsh in the SJSU School of Information. This exploration has been informed by technology experts representing libraries, blockchain development, and urban planning. Forbes identified some current uses of blockchain that included student records and transcripts, and this project was highlighted as one of the 20 ways that blockchain will transform education. In Spring 2019, her book Blockchain will be published in the Library Future Series, and the Blockchain and Decentralization for Library and Information Science MOOC will be offered as part of this project.

Presenter: Dr. Sandra Hirsh
Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Location: SJSU University Scholar Speakers Series – SJSU Library, MLK 225/229