Tag Archives: Process

Embodiment and Iteration in Work Process: Listening, Learning, Leading and Following

"Our culture is one of learning, sharing and challenging. Of analysis and inquiry. Of seeking spaces of discomfort, and challenging the norm." - Jess Knott

By Jess Knott, Learning Design Manager I am often asked to explain the Hub to people at MSU and beyond. I love when this happens. In sharing, we build connections, and in building connections we build a Hub. Every conversation is an opportunity to collaborate, either immediately or on future endeavors. As our focus is…

Plotting Your Course on Coursera

MSU's page on Coursera.

By Alyssa Bradley, Nick Noel, with contributions from Emily Brozovic, Angela Martin, and Gerald Rhead If you’ve read our previous Coursera post (MOOCs and MSU) then you know that Michigan State University has had great success on the Coursera platform. This success is not only from a revenue generation standpoint, but also in the discoveries…

Safety Measures: Lessons in Collaboration

A camera and lenses sit on a table; there is a microphone on the camera and headphones next to it.

By Alyssa Bradley, Media Production Specialist “Why do we fall, Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up.” Now, while I’m no crime-fighting vigilante that dresses like a bat, this quote from the film Batman Begins really resonates with me, especially when it comes to the creative process. I’ve found that there’s often…

After the First Episode

I can still recall the day that Dave Goodrich came up to Sean Meredith and me, completely ecstatic about this brand new idea called “The Hub” that had apparently been developing for the past year. After introducing and clarifying the concept, he ended his speech by appointing us the roles of “producer” and “host” for…