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 material.
- Summary of the material you would like to author, linked to timely and relevant public or nonprofit organizational issues (no more than 250 words)
- Discussion of the primary topic/issue/problem posed by the material
- Any links, articles, etc. that give brief background on the topic of the material
- Author’ name, title, affiliation, and contact information
We encourage academics, consultants and doctoral students to submit a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than December 10, 2017.
If the proposal is accepted, HubertProject staff will work with the content expert to establish a reasonable timeline with all materials to be completed by the end of May 2018. Any questions regarding the proposal submission process can be directed to: Trupti Sarode, Hubert Project Fellows Coordinator at email@example.com.