Design Thinking course

This course offers introduction to the basic terminology and processes of the Design Thinking. The course was developed as a part of EU VIVA project.


Course Venue

Vilnius, Lithuania

Content Areas
  • Digitalisation
  • Innovative learning and teaching practices
  • Strengthening employability


Design thinking, innovative problem solving, innovation management

Potential Participants

Trainer , Educator , Staff/Professional , Youth Learner

Course Duration (in days)


Next Available Course
From 04. Mar 2024
To 28. Mar 2024

Organised by

Vilnius University




The program introduces a groundbreaking strategy for integrating the principles of design thinking into the resolution of routine challenges and the generation of novel innovations. This educational initiative emerged within the framework of the KA2 EU project known as "VIVA-Versatile and Innovative Open Educational Resources for Collaborative and Mobile Learning Agreements in Higher Education." It seems to concentrate on harnessing the potential of open educational resources (OER) to facilitate collaborative and mobile learning experiences within the higher education landscape. The curriculum not only explores the application of design thinking methodologies but also aims to cultivate a comprehensive understanding of how these methodologies can be effectively employed in addressing everyday issues. Moreover, the course delves into the multifaceted realm of collaborative and mobile learning, shedding light on the transformative role that open educational resources can play in enhancing educational agreements within higher education institutions. The overarching goal is to empower students and educators alike to engage with innovative solutions, fostering a dynamic and adaptive approach to problem-solving and learning in today's rapidly evolving academic landscape.

European Dimension

The European dimension of the course is underscored by its development within the KA2 EU project, "VIVA-Versatile and Innovative Open Educational Resources for Collaborative and Mobile Learning Agreements in Higher Education." Instead of being tailored to a specific institution or country, the course aligns with the overarching educational context and objectives of the European Union.

This dimension is characterized by cross-border collaboration, fostering the exchange of ideas and best practices among educational institutions across different European countries. It is designed to adhere to and contribute to the educational policies outlined by the EU, promoting a harmonized approach to education. Embracing the cultural diversity within Europe, the course incorporates elements that are sensitive to different cultural perspectives, creating an inclusive learning environment.

Moreover, the European dimension emphasizes mobility and connectivity in education. As part of a project focusing on mobile learning, the course facilitates access to educational resources and collaborative activities across borders, reflecting the EU's commitment to interconnectedness in education.

Expected Outcome


Certificates of attendance

Venue address

Saulėtekio al. 9
01131 Vilnius

How to Apply

Applicant should express their interest in participation by emailing 

Minimum Number Of Participants


Participation Fee

€ 200

Course Website
Vilnius University
Vilnius University

Vilnius University


3 Universiteto St., LT-01513 Vilnius, Lithuania

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