Choose an artist, designer or group to research. Explore how they use interactivity to communicate, engage, entertain or connect people. Share your findings and present to the class what you’ve learned. Presentations should introduce the artist, designer or group, give an overview of their work, highlight 3 to 5 or more pieces, then focus on 1 piece to discuss in-depth. Presentations should be 10 to 15 minutes and include images of highlighted works. Use keynote, powerpoint, prezi or google presentation.
To get a jump start explore http://ixda.org/awards, there you’ll find designers and groups doing exceptional interactive work.