The course is DPI-662: Digital Government: Technology, Policy, and Public Service Innovation educated by my old buddy David Eaves along with the subject in recent years has been around Cryptonetworks and Blockchains.
I’m always amazed at the people in the course — incredible diversity of backgrounds from all over the world. And as we’ve discussed crypto over the last couple of decades, the dialogue has gotten better and better — whereas a couple of years back it was a curiosity it’s apparent that people are paying close attention.
Here is the deck I used for the discussion. Like most of my presentations on crypto, it’s geared towards newer technical viewers with a deeper coverage slant. Makes less sense with no story, but I have included speaker notes that you may see in the Google Slides version.