Speed Geeking (also known as Speed Dating) is a large group method to quickly expose participants to a new information about any topic: programs, theory, technology, etc.. It can be adapted to other types of content as well, but the focus is on short exposure to something new as presented by someone with deep, practical experience in the topic area, tool or method.
Speed geeking comes out of a long-known group process known as the “Gallery Walk” where outputs from small group sessions were viewed by the rest of a larger group, split into small, roving groups, visiting the results of the work done earlier.
Speed geeking can be used when there is limited time and there are many things to look at and discuss. The limited time (normally between 10 - 15 mins) keeps the presentations short, focused and to the point.
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