Lectures have been held at ITU, Copenhagen’s IT University. These have been for both Bachelor’s and Master’s students of Interaction Design. Our talks so far have included: Introduction to Rapid Prototyping | Atypical Interaction Design | Arduino Inspiration
Some of our lectures at ITU are part-lecture and part-workshop where we take half the time to introduce ourselves and the topic and the rest playing, introducing new topics through hands-on experience in the lecture hall, with whatever is at hand. We believe this helps to switch up the normal routine of listening to an external lecturer go on for two hours and gives students something to connect over, after the class. You can visit ITU online here, and see some of our slides from our “Arduino Inspiration” lecture here.