Research-based teaching through labs

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The ETHOS Lab is a student-facing lab at the IT University of Copenhagen which primarily explores digital methods through a feminist science and technology studies lens. It was established in 2015 from interest in our MSc unit Navigating Complexity: mapping, visualization and decision-making because students had a continued interest in using and developing their skills after the unit had been completed.

In this session, I will give an overview of the ETHOS Lab from pedagogical and interdisciplinary standpoints, with a description of how we incorporate the work of the lab into our teaching and beyond the classroom through student facing activities such as the Junior Researcher programme and the Python Study Group. I’ll also describe in more detail how our academic staff use the lab a place for exploration, collaboration, and support during turbulent times in the higher education sector in Denmark and globally.

I’ll close by outlining some future aspirations for the lab along with some areas for potential collaborations with both academic and third sector partners.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date27 Jul 2022
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jul 2022
EventAdventures in Culture and Technology seminar series - Curtin University, Perth, Australia
Duration: 27 Jul 202227 Jul 2022


SeminarAdventures in Culture and Technology seminar series
LocationCurtin University


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