The Hubert Portfolio of Products contains three distinct product lines: Video Briefs, e-Cases, and the e-Study. Each of these products serves a different purpose and is to be deployed in a variety of ways.
- Video Briefs are intended to set the frame of discussion around a particular topic or skill in public affairs. Instructors may choose to have students watch the videos on their own, but they’ve been designed to be short introductions for use during a class or training session without overly depleting an instructor’s time with their students.
- E-Cases are perhaps most easily recognizable as an evolution of tradition written teaching cases. E-Cases present a strong linear narrative of a case through video, text, charts and graphs. These multimedia materials provide more depth and emotional understanding, enriching users understanding of the case and its context. Like previous generations of teaching cases, many e-Cases are decision forcing with the content assembled to inspire users to make difficult decisions.
- E-Study: a brief study of a timely policy issue or useful management tools. Utilizing multimedia content, these products can serve to contextualize emerging policy issues and management approaches.
In order to use these Hubert products as a resource in your instruction, you’ll want to be aware of the resources associated with each product:
- Usage Note: Usage notes provide a detailed summary of the associated Hubert product. Additionally, the usage note contains information such as runtime and suggested uses for the material – be it in the classroom or training room. Finally, the usage note will often include a discussion guide in order to facilitate group learning.
- Additional Resources: These are additional resources that have been harvested by the author of the associated Hubert product. These materials could include scholarly papers, websites, podcasts, videos, or a host of other materials that support the learning concepts being delivered through the associated product.
Once you’re done using your Hubert products in the class or training room, we hope you’ll come back to www.hubertproject.org and leave a comment about how you used it in your instruction or links to other resources that may be of interest.
Materials have been contributed to the Hubert Portfolio under creative commons licensure. Users of Hubert products are encouraged to visit www.creativecommons.org to understand how the materials they’re using are licensed and may be distributed.