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FW: T3 Network PP10: Empowering the American Student & Worker Kick-Off Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Duncan
09:18
Hey there! Duncan Cox from Learning Economy.
jimgoodell
09:25
Hi All, Jim Goodell from QIP
Michael Sessa PESC
09:29
hello all!
Matt Gee
09:42
Hi Everyone! This is Matt Gee from BrightHive
Learning Economy
09:47
Hello all! Jacksón from Learning Economy. Excited for the kickoff
Kim Bartkus
10:05
Hi! Kim Bartkus from HR Open Standards
Jason Sole
10:10
This is Jason Sole from HR Open Standards
Kausar Samli
10:27
Hi! -Kausar Samli from Learning Machine.
T Amankwatia
11:10
Hello from Tonya at North Carolina A&T!
Jess Stahl
11:17
Jess Stahl, academic data science consultant
Matt Gee
23:38
Just a reminder to folks that if you have any questions or comments during the presentation, feel free to share early and often hear in the chat.
Matt Gee
23:58
Hear = here :)
Taylor
27:06
here ye, here ye!! :)
Matt Gee
27:22
haha!
Taylor
32:48
Great related piece Kim just published - https://medium.com/@kimdhamilton/building-decentralized-identity-solutions-responsibly-5bae8a1750b7
Tom Green
34:12
Self-sovereignty implies disintermediation. It takes the issuer (i.e., college or university) out of the role of sending an official, secure record from point A to point B and allows the learner to share her own secure record or parts of it without having to go back to the issuer every time. There are some issues or trust and authority that come into play here.
Matt Gee
34:36
Good point Tom ^^
Michael Sessa PESC
35:13
unless the implementation or consent from learner directs college or university to send data
jimgoodell
35:46
+1 Good points Tom and Michael
Michael Sessa PESC
36:22
unfortunately i have a PESC call and have to drop...very good start...thank you!
Jess Stahl
37:00
In many ways, it would be beneficial for colleges and universities to not have to manage the sending of official transcripts and to be able to focus on issuing and validating instead.
Matt Gee
37:28
A good question around scope for this project is whether to include both 1) consent-enabled intermediated data access/exchange and 2) disintermediated, individually-controlled data access/exchange
Suria Venkat
37:34
Self-sovereignty also implies immutable.
Taylor
37:49
Thanks Michael…the deck and full recording will be available for review.
Jess Stahl
39:32
In reality, they would already be using RPA to manage the sending and whatnot in a perfect world- it's only the delay of academic institutions in using cutting edge technology + $$$ that they are even doing this with much human resources, anyway. Some institutions already do outsource this. So, this should be perceived as a benefit if done well and accurately understood.
Taylor
51:21
+1 => “Charter-light” fits well with the iterative and collaborative ethos of T3.
T Amankwatia
55:21
Very clear. Thanks!
Tom Green
55:49
Nicely presented and no question. I look forward to participating.
Learning Economy
56:03
Would love to lend our support in any way we can! Very aligned.
Duncan
56:09
Excited to join the Slack!
Learning Economy
56:15
Thank you for the presentation!
Taylor
56:23
Thanks all…please join and be in touch as needed. Excited to get this kicked off. 🚀