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Introduction and Scope
The Education Architecture Special Interest Group (EASIG) will explore and advise on issues related to integration with legacy application infrastructure of learning management systems (LMS), Student Information Systems (SIS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Integrated Library Systems (ILS), Instructional Apps, Customer Relationship Management Systems (CRM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Cloud Computing models (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, Hybrid), and self-sovereign digital identity. In addition, this group will investigate the integration of data across the multiple institutional, informal, and workplace learning experiences in the student’s lifetime of learning, and whether these can be integrated into a comprehensive record of an individual’s knowledge, skills, and ability.
Learn more about the mission, goals and scope of the group in the Education Architecture SIG Charter.
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|Hyperledger Community Calendar and SIG meeting Invite|
|Online meeting URL||https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community (Meeting ID : 403 498 3298)|
|Dial in details|
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Meeting Agendas and Recordings
You can find meeting agendas and recordings from past calls by clicking on the past meeting links in the left sidebar.
Recent space activity
These are the mechanisms that this working group uses to communicate. Everyone who is interested is welcome to subscribe, introduce themselves, join in the discussion and post ideas.
- Subscribe to the group by clicking this link and then clicking on the Join This Group button
- Read current/past group discussions in the mailing list forum/archives
How to Get Involved
- Join the mailing list and chat channel, introduce yourself and explain why you're interested in the group.
- Start editing the wiki (if you need an account, you can get one for free by signing up for a Linux Foundation ID).
- Attend an upcoming call/webinar to express interest and introduce yourself to the group.
- Look through discussions on the list archives and read through meeting notes and see which activities are happening that you're interested in and post to the list about wanting to take part. Someone from that effort will connect with you to talk about next steps.
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