Hubcast - A Podcast by #MSUHub

Episode 13 – Engineering an Online Master’s Program

On this episode of the Hubcast we will be discussing the creation of an online master’s degree program in engineering. We are joined today by Instructional Designers Breana Yaklin and Emily Brozovic, Media Production Specialist Alyssa Bradley and Professor Tim Hogan of the College of Engineering. They discuss the process for translating a face to face course to and online environment, as well as the challenges involved with that process.

Episode 13 – Engineering and Online Masters Program

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 12 – Students Lead with the Innovation Team

Welcome to another episode of the Hubcast. It’s the very beginning of a new semester at MSU, which means the students are returning to campus. So, that means it’s a perfect time to talk about the Student Innovation Team, which is one of the many projects that the Hub is involved in. On this episode we will be talking with Erin Campbell and Jinghan Ni, the two projects leads of the Innovation Team. They will be discussing what the project is, and how students can apply.

Episode 12 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 11 – Experiential Learning With Snares to Wares

Hubcast Episode Eleven

Welcome back for another episode of the Hubcast. This time we are discussing MSU’s “Snares to Wares” course. Which is an experiential learning course that incorporates the “Snares to Wares” initiative, and provides students the opportunity to work on an issue with the potential to improve human livelihood.

List as Dr. Bill Heinrich interviews Dr. Ben Lauren, who was one of the instructors who designed and taught the course, as well as Shelby Robinson and Waldemar Ortiz, both students in the course.

Episode 11 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 10 – Graduating Student Reflection – Linda Lay

Hello, and welcome to the Hubcast. This is our third and final interview with our graduating students. On this episode we are talking with Linda Lay, who ran the Student Innovation Team for two semesters. If you are a student who is interested in working at the Hub or IT Services, please feel free to contact us our website, hub.msu.edu or tech.msu.edu. You can also check out available job postings on handshake.

 

Episode 10 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

Episode 9 – Graduating Student Reflection – Ashton Keys

Hello Everyone, and welcome to another episode of the Hubcast!

On this episode, we will be talking with Ashton Keys, another one of our graduating students. Ashton worked on numerous projects for the Hub including the Student Innovation Team and Science Gallery. He is also an extremely talented designer and entrepreneur, exemplified by his fashion line, which he created while attending Michigan State University. You can check it out at theninety6.com.

 

 

Episode 9 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 8 – Graduating Student Reflection – Hanna Kielar

Welcome to another episode of the Hubcast everyone!

We have entered the summer doldrums, and so we this would be a good time to reflect with our graduating student employees on their time here, what they have learned and what we can do to improve their experience. The next three episodes will all be reflective conversations with a different graduating student.

This episode features Hanna Kielar, who has been an engagement assistant with the Hub for over a year. She describes why she came to MSU and what her experience has been like.

You can check out Hanna’s work at https://www.hannakielar.com/

Episode 8 – Transcript

Episode 7 – Using Design Thinking to Teach Design Thinking in Malawai

We’re expanding our focus with this episode and discussing a project with international implications. We are joined by Dr. Bill Heinrich, from the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology and Dr. Kurt Richter, from the Center for Global Food Systems Innovation. They discuss a capacity building project in Malawi that taught design thinking to a group of researchers. It is an interesting discussion that highlights how the methods used in design can have implications for scientific research.

 

Episode 7 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 6 – Enterprise Learning Design

We have a really interesting episode of the Hubcast for you this month. Prof. Bill Hart-Davidson, from the College of Arts and letters, is back, along with Instructional Systems Designer Mark Hodgins. They discuss their recent project, entitled Enterprise Learning Design, which focuses on structured conversations between a variety of stake holders around enterprise level systems. You can check out a blog post that Prof. Hart-Davidson wrote about it for the Hub’s blog here.

Episode 6 – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Episode 5(c) – Planning for the Future with Coursera (Department of Media and Information)

We’re doing things a little differently on the Hubcast this month. Instead of one conversation, we’re are releasing three.  Each of these episodes is a conversation with a different college or department within MSU. While the questions were similar, the responses varied based on the needs, and goals of each organization. Feel free to pick the one that most aligns with your current situation, or listen to all three if you’d like to hear multiple perspectives on MOOCs in general, and Coursera specifically.

On this episode we will be speaking with Johannes Bauer, who is the Chair of the Department of Media and Information in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences.

Episode 5c – Transcript

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/

Epside 5(b) – Planning for the Future with Coursera (College of Music)

We’re doing things a little differently on the Hubcast this month. Instead of one conversation, we’re are releasing three.  Each of these episodes is a conversation with a different college or department within MSU. While the questions were similar, the responses varied based on the needs, and goals of each organization. Feel free to pick the one that most aligns with your current situation, or listen to all three if you’d like to hear multiple perspectives on MOOCs in general, and Coursera specifically.

On this episode we will be speaking with Jim Forger and Rodney Whitaker, with the College of Music.

Episode 5b – Transcript 

Music:

“Scottish Indie” by Scott Holmes

http://www.scottholmesmusic.uk/