Create a learning material with us! Respond to our RFP by December 10, 2017.

The Hubert Project is looking for public affairs/nonprofit management faculty, doctoral students and seasoned nonprofit professionals interested in authoring multimedia learning materials.  The Hubert Project aims to advance the learning of students pursuing public and nonprofit management studies and the professional development of public and nonprofit leaders. Read the full RFP here. These materials might take the form of a multimedia case study (“e-case”) or a multimedia presentation of a tool/framework/method and its application (“e-study”). Hubert Project will support material authors (“content experts”) with training in the process of content creation, and support for the technical build of the final mater... Continue reading

Meet our 2017 Hubert Project Fellows!

We're thrilled to announce our new cohort of Hubert Project Fellows. These talented scholars will receive funding and support from the Hubert Project to create new multimedia learning materials on topics related to their areas of expertise. This year's cohort consists of: Susan Appe, Binghamton University Cheryl Camillo, University of Regina Heather Getha-Taylor, University of Kansas Alicia Schatteman, Northern Illinois University Learn more about our 2017 fellows and the learning materials they'll be creating below. Nonprofit Leadership Across Borders Susan Appe Assistant Professor, College of Community and Public Affairs, Binghamton University "Dr. Susan Appe's research focuses on government-nonprofit relations an... Continue reading

Join us at ARNOVA 2016!

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Hubert Fellow Reception Thursday, November 17, 2016, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Hyatt Regency Washington, Room Congressional B 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW Washington, District of Columbia 20001 Fall is often a time for taking stock of past accomplishments while also looking ahead. Here at the Hubert Project, we are reflecting on the amazing collection of materials our Hubert Project Fellows have created and we would like to celebrate your contributions to the Hubert Project at the 2016 ARNOVA Conference. We hope you will join us for a fun, informal yet informative networking reception. You will meet with other Hubert Project Fellows to talk about your materials and share your lessons learned in using multimedia case teaching in your classroom.... Continue reading

Open Access Week: October 24-30, 2016

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The Open Access movement aims to make research and educational materials freely available online for anyone to read, share, download, or use for any other lawful purpose. The basic premise of Open Access is that the greater the accessibility of information, the more empowered people will be to address the world’s many challenges. Every October, educators, students, researchers and Open Access advocates celebrate International Open Access Week to inspire conversations around the world about Open Access. Open Access is at the core of the Hubert Project’s work. From the project’s inception in 2011, our mission has been to connect public affairs educators and practitioners through the creation and exchange of engaging, open teaching ma... Continue reading

Have a great idea for a multimedia learning material?

The Hubert Project is looking for public affairs/nonprofit management faculty or seasoned nonprofit consultants interested in authoring multimedia learning materials. The Hubert Project aims to advance the learning of students pursuing public and nonprofit management studies and the professional development of public and nonprofit leaders. Read the full RFP here. These materials might take the form of a multimedia case study (“e-case”), a multimedia presentation of a tool/framework/method and its application (“e-study”) or a short, animated video outlining a key concept (“video brief”). Hubert Project will support material authors (“content experts”) with training in the process of content creation,and support for the... Continue reading

Call for Hubert Peer Reviewers

The Hubert Project is excited to be continuing a double blind, scholarly peer review process for the digital materials contributed to the collection. Please consider serving as a reviewer for this cutting-edge, digital collection of e-cases, e-studies and video briefs. The expected time contribution would be an initial 30 minute virtual training on the process with Hubert Project staff and then no more than 5 hours per semester or 10 hours annually. Instructors serving as peer reviewers will be provided pro bono support from the Hubert team in the creation of one multimedia material to fit your curriculum needs. If the reviewer chooses to use our pro bono support, the project must begin immediately following a completed review... Continue reading

Annual User Survey

You can make a difference by sharing your thoughts on how to improve Hubert Project. Here at Hubert Project, we are driven to improve our content, our website, and our communications, all to provide better public affairs learning materials. The best way we know how to improve is to hear from you! Please take a few minutes to complete our annual user survey. Link to survey: bit.ly/2016usersurvey All users who complete the survey by Friday, March 11th will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. If you haven't already, be sure to check-out a few of our 80+ learning materials on hubertproject.org. Or let us know if you are interested in contributing content. Everything we do is thanks to users like you. Thank you!... Continue reading

Open Education Week: March 7-11

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March 7th marks the start of Open Education Week, an event dedicated to raising awareness about open source educational resources. Open Education Week highlights events, materials and resources, and projects from around the world.  The goal of open education is to, "scale up educational opportunities by taking advantage of the power of the internet, allowing rapid and essentially free dissemination, and enabling people around the world to access knowledge, connect and collaborate." Open educational resources are intended to grant users the "freedom to modify and use materials, information, and networks so education can be personalized to individual users or woven together in new ways for diverse audiences." Open Education Week... Continue reading

Welcome 2016 Hubert Project Fellows!

We are very excited to welcome 7 new Hubert Project Fellows for Spring 2016! Each of the fellows receive funding and support to create an e-case, e-study, or video brief for a public affairs topic important to them. This year’s fellows include: Beth Cate, Indiana University Gwen Cooper, Seven Counties Services G. Odessa Gonzalez-Benson, University of Washington Jesse Lecy, Syracuse University Christa Otteson, Vela Strategy Katrina Pierson, Vela Strategy Ronald G. Penny, Campbell University You can read more about their backgrounds and projects below. Public Pension System Reform: The Case of SCS in Kentucky Beth Cate Associate Professor, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Cate is an... Continue reading

New! RFP for Human Services Fellows to Author with Hubert Project

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Are you a public affairs/nonprofit management faculty, doctoral student or seasoned nonprofit consultant and/or practitioner? Are you interested in authoring a multimedia learning material with a human service focus? Consider submitting a proposal in response to Hubert Project's latest RFP! As a Hubert Project Fellow, you will receive guidance and support from Hubert Project's academic, technology and project management staff, as well as support from a Humphrey School research assistant. You will also receive a stipend ranging from $1,500 to $5,000. Your e-case, e-study or video brief will be featured on HubertProject.org. With support from the Kresge Foundation, this year's RFP is targeting learning materials with a human services fo... Continue reading