Generation Blockchain

Empowering Educators and Students


How to use Blockchain technology in education? Learn more about integrating innovative Blockchain learning resources into your teaching practice.

During the event, you will become acquainted with the Generation Blockchain project and connect with engaging speakers and colleagues. It is a great opportunity to gain more insight into innovative educational Blockchain tools.

The project employs a 'train-the-trainers' approach and offers carefully designed resources aimed at increasing teachers' confidence, knowledge, and skills in effectively teaching Blockchain technology. Accessible materials, including Inverted Learning Resources and a highly rated Generation Blockchain Online Course, are examples of these resources.


13.30 – 13.45 Introduction – Ingrid Wakkee (Professor of Entrepreneurship and Scientific Director Centre for Economic Transformation at AUAS)

Interactive workshop

- Blockchain sentiment: Reading the room

- Wooclap facilitated discussion

14.15-14.45 Presentation on Generation Blockchain including a brief tour of online resources – Mike Russell (Researcher at the Research Group Entrepreneurship and lecturer within the Faculty of Economics, Law and Entrepreneurship at AUAS)
14.45-15.15 Student Blockchain Association Netherlands (SBAN): How are Dutch students engaging with Blockchain? - Vince van Hoesel (Founder & Co-President)
15.15-15.45 Break

Key note speaker:

Yip Thy-Diep Ta: Web3 and the token economy

Founder: SystAIn3r - 100 Women in AI & Web3 for Sustainability
Co-Founder: DLT Talents


Panel Discussion (Moderator: Mike Russell)

Panel guests: Yip Thy-Diep Ta, Vince van Hoesel, Generation Blockchain participants

17.00-18.00 Closing & Networking


AUAS Business Campus | Corry Tendeloohuis (CTH)

Fraijlemaborg 133, 1102 CV Amsterdam

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Benefits of using blockchain technology

It is expected that blockchain technology will transform numerous sectors by promoting transparency and fostering fair economic, social, and sustainable global growth and innovation. To fully capitalize on the opportunities blockchain offers, it is crucial for (future) entrepreneurs, managers, and policymakers to become aware of potential applications. This not only means learning to recognize new opportunities but also gaining a better understanding of ethical aspects, such as democratic processes, privacy, and regulatory compliance.

Learn more about blockchain technology in higher education.

About the research project

Generation Blockchain is a consortium project co-funded by the European Union. This 'multiplier event' is organized by the Research Group Entrepreneurship and the Amsterdam School of International Business of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (partners of the Generation Blockchain project).

Published by  Entrepreneurship 10 November 2023


Start date 21 Nov


13:30 - 18:00