BARI, 13 NOV – One hundred recent graduates of the University of Bari received the first graduation scrolls produced with digital printing of the Bari University today. The delivery ceremony, chaired by the rector Antonio Uricchio, was also attended by the singer Dodi Battaglia, who is said to be happy to “testify to these young people that the study, for those who have the desire to make a great dream come true, is a road to follow. be born talented, – said the Pooh singer – but then you have to study a lot. ” For the first day of graduation of the University of Bari, new graduates from different faculties were selected who concluded their current career with a mark of 110 cum laude. The parchments, smaller than the traditions, are already available to graduates from 1st July 2016, and will soon be available for graduates after 1st September 2012. The parchments can be booked online through the university portal, accrediting with your Esse3 credentials. After booking, within a few days, the graduate student will receive instructions on how to collect the diploma on their institutional email. “We make the delivery of the parchments more immediate and timely,” explained Uricchio, “for whom he will not expect more years but will be given to graduates in time. This novelty, which today also celebrates with a moment of celebration, is among other things among the objectives of the digitalization of University services “.
A CODE TO DISCOVER FALSE DEGREES
Just bring your mobile phone close to the parchment, frame the code printed on the bottom right and know in real time if the degree is authentic. It is the anti-counterfeiting measure introduced by the University of Bari Aldo Moro. The new graduation scrolls with digital printing were delivered to the first hundred doctors from Bari. All those who graduated after August 31, 2012 will be able to get them. In addition to the smaller size of about 30 percent which allows printing within the university with a big saving (the certificate costs only 80 cents compared to the 3, 60 euros paid in typography), the new degree degree contains the mark that certifies its originality. This is the QR code printed on each parchment that allows, through the Scerpa app downloadable on smartphones, to trace the original certificate deposited in the digital archives of the University. To curate the digital restyling of the parchments was Professor Fabio Mavelli, professor of chemistry.
(Francesca Russi – Repubblica.it)