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Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
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Patrick Roth, Omar Benkace...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
– Question:
• How do Higher ...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
1. Literature review & requi...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
• Administrative dimension
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Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
• Basic functionalities
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Sc...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
• Advanced functionalities
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Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
• Long-term solution
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Scena...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflections
• Development and pilot phas...
Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4)
An exploratory study and reflectionsNTICE
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Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates: results and scenario

  1. 1. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections 1 Patrick Roth, Omar Benkacem, Anne Ronchi, Pierre L'hostis, Rolf Brugger, Céline Restrepo Zea Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates: results and scenario NTICE
  2. 2. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections – Question: • How do Higher Educational Institutions intend to handle certificates and diplomas in the digital world ? – Objective: • Understand how forgery-proof academic certificates, signed and issued by universities, can be stored by individuals in their PLE (e.g. ePortfolio) – Tasks: • Describe tools and organizational structures necessary to issue and manage signed digital certificates • Identify potential issues 2 Context
  3. 3. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections 1. Literature review & requirement analysis 2. Qualitative survey – Interview of 10 administrative staffs from UniL and UniGE 3. Reflexion, evaluation & selection of the digital solution(s) – Based on the qualitative survey results 4. Validation of the solution by the stakeholders from universities partner’s – Guidelines for a strategy and implementation 3 Methodology
  4. 4. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections • Administrative dimension – Understand the current workflow and rules – Find the official documents that may be involved – Describe the life cycle of a degree/certificate for UNIL and UniGE • Technological dimension – Requirements for a technical solution – Concept for integration with : ePortfolio systems (e.g., Mahara), LMS (Moodle), Open Badges • Legal dimension – Legal constrains of electronic signatures in Switzerland – Work with legal services at the institution 4 A 3D solution
  5. 5. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections • Basic functionalities 5 Scenario for the dematerialization of diplomas and certificates
  6. 6. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections • Advanced functionalities 6 Scenario for the dematerialization of diplomas and certificates
  7. 7. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections • Long-term solution 7 Scenario for the dematerialization of diplomas and certificates
  8. 8. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflections • Development and pilot phase: – CUS-P2 project – For all Swiss HE institutions 8 Further developments
  9. 9. Long-term Storage of Forgery-Proof Certificates (WP 1.4) An exploratory study and reflectionsNTICE Thank you

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