Hubert Project was built to expand as public affairs institutions around the world invest in the creating and sharing of digital learning materials.
Partnership benefits include:
- Technical documentation and support for the installation of open source authoring tool
- Free training on multimedia learning material development workflow process for both faculty and research assistants or technologists who will assist faculty in building of material
- Global visibility of peer-reviewed faculty digital learning materials through hubertproject.org.
- Invitation to contribute to Hubert Project governance
- Opportunity for collaborative learning analytics research
Current institutional and training partners:
If you’re interested in learning more about how Hubert Project can support technology-enhanced learning at your institution, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For foundations interested in sharing case studies of projects they have supported, Hubert Project provides a unique portal for getting these stories into the hands of emerging public affairs leaders globally. A number of foundations have supported the development of materials currently publicly available through HubertProject.org, as denoted by their logo on the material’s page.
We thank our generous past and current philanthropic partners:
If you’re interested in providing financial support to develop the next generation of public affairs practitioners while sharing valuable stories with the world, please contact us at email@example.com.
While Hubert Project is the first of its kind to develop a scalable model for multimedia digital case creation in the public affairs field, it also promotes the use of any of the quality sources for case study materials that exist in the field, including:
The Electronic Hallway, an online repository of written teaching cases and other curriculum materials for faculty who teach public administration, public policy and related subjects.
E-PARCC Cases: The repository of cases selected through an annual competitive process by the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University.