Oli Class is composed by online meeting cycles where participants decide what they want to learn.
Each cycle has four online meetings and one mentor, who conducts the content based on the following framework.
Meeting #1: the question
Meeting #2: ten references
Meeting #3: thesis/answer
Meeting #4: co-creation
For example: if the mentor was Federico Pistono, on the first meeting the following questions could come up: “What is your view on the future of cities?” or “What is your view on UBI?”. Once decided what the question would be, Frederico would bring ten references to the second meeting (and would explain why he thinks each one of them is relevant). On the third meeting, he would show a presentation where he explains his thesis on the proposed question. Finally, on meeting #4, participants would bring inputs and co-create on the subject.
As it was explained before: each cycle has a mentor, all of them are specialists on futurism. Therefore, each cycle is expected to have very distinct questions. Even if the mentor conducts more than one cycle, the question tends to change (and the cycle as a whole as well).