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BLK-108 Blockchain for Supply Chain Integrity is a Course

BLK-108 Blockchain for Supply Chain Integrity

Started Mar 15, 2021

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Full course description

Welcome to BLK-108 Blockchain for Supply Chain Integrity. . The purpose of this course is to give students an understanding of blockchain’s applicability to the restoration of damaged supply chains, the preservation and maintenance of existing supply chains and the introduction of efficiencies to create next generation supply chain operations. Course content includes forensic processes to audit supply chains; blockchain application to expansion of awareness, predictability and decision-making; and application of smart contracts to advance supply chain technology forward.

This course is a self-paced e-learning and is comprised of the following components:


  1. Canvas Overview and Resources: This section will familiarize you with the Canvas e-learning platform and will provide you with some tips for navigating through the course.
  2. Educational Modules: Once you've completed the Canvas Overview and Resources section, you will be presented with a series of educational modules that include narrated presentations, required reading assignments, self-study assignments, progress quizzes and a final assessment; these are briefly described below.
    • Narrated Presentations: Instructor led videos, with slides, to teach you specific course subject matter (~2 hours of student engagement).
    • Required Readings: Documents or links to online documents that the instructor has assigned for you to read as part of your education experience (~2 hours student engagement).
    • Assignments/Critical Thinking Questions: Ungraded assignment and/or list of questions meant to expand the student's thinking on course material (~2 hours student engagement).
    • Progress Quizzes: Short (~10 question) quizzes to check progress of your learning on portions of the course; ungraded; 3-4 per course (~1 hour student engagement).
    • Final Assessment: A longer (~25 question) test designed to assess comprehension of all course material; passing score is 80% or higher (~1 hour student engagement).