Blockchain-Based Academic Identity and Transcript Management in University Enterprise Architecture





Blockchain Technology;, Enterprise Architecture;, Identity and Academic Transcript Management;, University;, Security and data integrity solutions


The present research examines the implementation of Blockchain-based Identity and Academic Transcript Management in a university's enterprise architecture. This research is motivated by the increasing demand for secure, transparent, and efficient student identity management and the need to store easily verifiable academic transcripts. Blockchain technology has been spotlighted because it provides security and data integrity solutions. This research aims to determine if integrating Blockchain into the University's Enterprise Architecture can improve the management of student identities and academic transcripts by reducing the risk of forgery and facilitating more dependable access for interested parties. Increased security and efficiency in managing student data are the practical implications of this research, which can help universities reduce the risk of data loss and increase stakeholder trust. This research method includes surveying various universities that have adopted Blockchain technology in their academic identity and transcript management. In addition, we will assess its technical implementation, evaluate its effect on efficiency, and conduct interviews with university personnel involved in the implementation process. This study's anticipated outcome is providing universities planning to adopt Blockchain technology for Enterprise Architecture with actionable guidance. This research will identify the benefits, challenges, and best practices of integrating Blockchain in academic identity and transcript management and lay the groundwork for further improvement of educational services in university settings.

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Hindarto, D. (2023). Blockchain-Based Academic Identity and Transcript Management in University Enterprise Architecture. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 8(4), 2547-2559.

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