Mentillate concept - how to re-capitalize on high profile courses

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This concept demonstrates the lost value of non recorded questions in very high profile MBA level courses during class sessions. Retained questions and answers should be shared across institutions thus letting the entire society retain huge amount of value that is currently lost forever.

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Mentillate concept - how to re-capitalize on high profile courses

  1. 1. AGENDA • Issues during a class / presentation • Solutions • Demo workflow and GUI showcase MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  2. 2. PRESENTATION - PARTICIPANTS • Presenter • Moderator • Listener (student) MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  3. 3. PRESENTATION - CONTENT • Slides • Additional data from misc. sources on screen / table • Private notes that may be disseminated amongst students • Post comments on misc. E-learning platform • (Facebook) chat during presentation • Student contributions • Questions + Answers • Informations • Post added information by email • Student to student discussion MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  4. 4. PRESENTATION - CONTENT • Slides • Additional data from misc. sources on screen / table • Private notes that may be disseminated amongst students • Post comments on misc. E-learning platform • (Facebook) chat during presentation • Student contributions • Questions + Answers • Informations • Post added information by email • Student to student discussion MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  5. 5. PRESENTATION - PERFORMANCE • Main issues hindering performance • Slow presentation, everybody understands • Never finished presentation • No pre-moderating of repeated/dumb questions • Broadcast issue: not able to hear/understand • Ambiguous reference – „go back x slide” MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  6. 6. PRESENTATION - GRADING • Main issues of fair grading • Students never picked due to lack of time • Improper contributions never affect grading • Nonverbal contributions are contributions! • Contributions are not properly recorded and/or graded by instructor MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  7. 7. PRESENTATION – VALUE LOSS EXAMPLE IN PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PRESENTATION TIME • Time loss of invaluable or repeated questions: ~3%+* • Non recorded additional (professional student) contribution: ~3%+* • Non broadcasted contribution by nonverbal students: ~3%* • Non recorded additional and valuable answers by the instructor: ~3%* • *(Values are empirical, 2% equals to 3min @ 150 min active time per session) MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  8. 8. PRESENTATION – TOTALS PERCEIVED BY A CEU STUDENT • Total loss in % of presentation ~ 20%* • A 15.000 EUR eMBA (could) perceives it as a loss of 3.000 • Same applies to the institute proportional of the projected cost per presentation • This value can be retained, added, communicated and traded MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  9. 9. IDENTIFIED TASKS • Add message queuing and re-broadcast methods • Per slide or per content unit • Preserve contributions, questions and answers • Post-contributions (e.g. graded for n more days) • Add method for students to boost/slower the speed of presentation (time management, instant feedback) • Add moderator role to pre/post filter queued questions • Grade the valuable contributions (for student rating) • Highlight the best contribution threads (knowledge base building) MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  10. 10. NETWORK • Each presentation is made multiple times at multiple institutions • Share the best contributions for the same but different sessions of a presentation • Let students connect with each other • Global standardized ratings for • Presentation • Presenter • Course • Institue • Platform to compare and enchance presentations, instructors and to boost contribution rate from students • Outside viewers can join, in case of audio/video stream enabled (e.g. UStream.tv) MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  11. 11. EXAMPLES 1. Presenters device popping up messages 2. Comments view 3. Browsing and dashboard 4. Browsing and analyitics MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
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  17. 17. CONCLUSION 1. Added value retained 2. Time optimized 3. Objective ratings introduced 4. Global standards set 5. Constant correction and feedback for the presenter 6. Share knowledge base between selected institutions 7. Boosts the evolution of the {presentation}/{presenter}/{course}/{school}/{global set} MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI
  18. 18. MENTILLATE | ÁRON BARÓCSI THANK YOU!

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