HubTalk is an occasional series focusing on particular topics in online teaching and learning.
About Hub Talk
Each Hub Talk series will have three components:
- KHUB – A brief video broadcast in talk show format to introduce the current topic
- HUBBLE – An eZine that will provide resources on the topic as well as examples of thoughtful work by Chemeketa faculty
- HUBBUB – A face-to-face faculty showcase opportunity
Every HubTalk series begins with a KHUB video broadcast. We identify the theme for HubTalk and highlight the work of one or two faculty. We may include interviews, screen captures, vignettes from actual courses and on occasion a joke or two. KHUB broadcasts are short (usually about 5 minutes) and are intended to get folks thinking about how the topic relates to their own instructional needs and practices.
HubBub is the final event in the HubTalk cycle and is a face-to-face event. The centerpiece of HubBub is usually a faculty showcase, an opportunity to see and hear about the outstanding work being done by Chemeketa faculty. HubBub is an informal opportunity to network, learn, and share effective practices. Cookies or other refreshments are provided.
- Hub Talk – Winter 2011 The topic for our winter series is Effective Assessments. Enjoy the short and very creative, KHUB video on this topic and watch for the upcoming publication of HUBBLE, where you’ll read about what effective assessment strategies for your online courses. Our next HubBub is scheduled for Thursday, February 24th. We hope you enjoy this edition. Read ...
Subscribe to the Hub Talk news feed.
Hubble is our Tech Hub eZine. It follows KHUB and focuses on the same theme, but is intended to provide more background and greater depth, as well as useful resources. Usually only 3-4 pages in length, Hubble is packed with information that instructors can put to immediate use in their online, hybrid or web-enhanced courses. Each eZine is delivered using an interactive Flash based publication format.