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Mike Greenberg — General

This is for mentors not bosses, and that is imporrtant. Help is informal, not for monitoring people time and again.

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

Emily -- brought back broader implication to disney example #great

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#9/10 Liz: how is the world going to be totally different? #broaderimpact

4 years ago

Mike Greenberg — General

You seem to have learned that you need to build rapport and have continuous communication between mentors and mentees. Some of the challenges here is building that relationship so that people are comfortable early on.

4 years ago

Daniel Rees Lewis - To Mike's point -- we need to add to the story that rapport was reported as being excellent. The data would indicate that even with strong rapport we still need something extra.

4 years ago

Mike Greenberg — General

Cool narrative here that you tried to build a tool that is specifically

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#9 -- make sure to align the "learning" with steps on the model!! #critical

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

Liz: collaboration research in google docs by judy olson

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#9 make sure you also add routines/teaching column (not just tools)

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#6 MIke: which are these are solvable by tool, which are just people?

4 years ago

Matt Easterday - would upvote if i could

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#7 don't forget to point out that the findings/model imply that most existing help-seeking tools won't work. #critical

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#7 don't forget designing for Route 2!

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#7: Liz: what is surprising about these findings

4 years ago

Matt Easterday - i would upvote this if i could

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#6, Dan pointed out that "mentors thought students should be asking more"

4 years ago

Mike Greenberg — General

This is really cool that people are still embarrased to ask for help. Ie. norms still exist

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

slide #6, point 3 #like

4 years ago

Matt Easterday - how does this connect to the model #rhetorical

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#6 Liz: "why did people get into the crit?"

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

of course want to get into more information about the model

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#5 should also explain why theory predicts the that this was a good design / it should have worked, otherwise it just seems like "oh you didn't think about it"

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

#4 -- need to change this because this was the suprising finding, not what you set out to find

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

Mike pointed out: "on other platforms, norm is not about help-seeking" so loft > facebook, loft >? stack overflow? probably different b/c don't care about who gives you the answer

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

could maybe also add that the kind of help novices need is really involved, complicated, hard to put online?

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

Emily said: "most of the tools presume the user knows what help they need" That is the key line

4 years ago

Mike Greenberg — General

Draw a distinction between help seeking lit (on other platforms) and this a platform just for help seeking.

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

caring slide #clear

4 years ago

Matt Easterday — General

the disney problem case works

4 years ago

Mike Greenberg — General

Great Job!

4 years ago

Matt Easterday - #seconded!

4 years ago

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