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Critical thinking1: Killer apps

Seminar group

Seminar days

Day 1 - 19.2. 8.30-11.30 room 2411

Book: Big data (whole book)

Presenters (students should add these here)

Day 2 - 13.3. 11.30-15.30 room 2411

Book: Killer Apps

  • Pages 0-91

Presenters

Day 3 - 26.3. 8.30-11.30 room 2411

Book: Killer Apps

  • Pages 92-

Presenters

  • Pages: 82 - 130 Chapter: “PHASE TWO: START SMALL” :
    • Rule 4: First, Let's Kill All the Finance Guys: (student)
    • Rule 5: Get Everyone on the Same Page: (Eero Nieminen)
    • Rule 6: Build a Basket of Killer Options: (Kalle Koponen)
    • Case Study: Auto Insurance in a World Without Accidents: (student)
  • Pages: 130 - 171 Chapter: “PHASE THREE: LEARN FAST” :
    • Rule 7: A Demo Is Worth a Thousand Pages of a Business Plan: (Juri Pesonen)
    • Rule 8: Remember the Devil's Advocate: (Juhana Repo)
    • Case Study: Are Hospitals DOA?
    • Conclusion: (student)

Homeworks

Personal homeworks

  • Create your own wiki page
  • Define big data and add links to those 3 documents you have used for defining it (before first day)
  • Ethics in/of big data (before 3rd day)

Group homeworks

Final works

  • Provide your coursera course diploma to the lecturer
  • Create 4 exam questions representing the course contents. Explain why the question is good.
  • Grade the presentations
  • Answer to the course questionaire
  • As a group prepare the final presentation of your group to the final presentation
  • Divide x*10 points among course participant (x=number of people in the course)

Extra work for people who missed lectures

  • If you missed lectures you need to provide short reviews (1/2 page each) of all those chapters we went through that lecture time.

Extra work for those who did not get the coursera diploma

  • Critical thinking and argumentation - look for web based material into this topic (that we could possibly use in this course) and provide a summary how the critical thinking and argumentation part implemented like that could help in the discussion part of our seminar course.

Behnaz Norouz i

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