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New NEXTcast: Episode 11 with Sarah Feldbloom and Leanne Milech

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In the newest episode of NEXTcast, Nathan speaks with Leanne Milech and Sarah Feldbloom about research they’ve done into the use of multimodal texts (including Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair”) as teaching tools.

Stay tuned! We’ve plenty more stories of innovative initiatives and projects at Humber College that we can’t wait to share with you.

As always, Listen on Soundcloud, or search for “Humber NEXTcast” on iTunes. And be sure to leave a comment or a review to let us know what you think!

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NEXTcast episode 10 now available!

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In the newest episode of NEXTcast, NEXTcast producer Kristin Valois speaks with Geoff Lachapelle—Humber’s eSports coordinator and a lecturer in the Game Programming program—about the educational value of competitive gaming.

Stay tuned! We’ve plenty more stories of innovative initiatives and projects at Humber College that we can’t wait to share with you.

As always, Listen on Soundcloud, or search for “Humber NEXTcast” on iTunes. And be sure to leave a comment or a review to let us know what you think!

Listen to the tenth episode of the second season here:

 

 

New NEXTCAST episodes in 2019

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Happy New Year!

We kicked off 2019 with an inspiring chat with professors George Paravantes & Dennis Kappen about the groundbreaking augmented reality project they worked on with a student team last summer. Then, we focused on the great outdoors with Early Childhood Education professor Louise Zimanyi, to learn more about the Forest and Nature Program she helped create, and the research she’s done into the program’s impact.

Stay tuned! We’ve plenty more stories of innovative initiatives and projects at Humber College that we can’t wait to share with you.

As always, Listen on Soundcloud, or search for “Humber NEXTcast” on iTunes. And be sure to leave a comment or a review to let us know what you think!

(Pssst. Since you’re already here, you can also click play right below.)

 

Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education Call for Papers

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Expressions of interest are invited for a Special Issue of the Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education on the topic of “Innovation in Sustainable Solutions.”  Authors (co-authored submissions are welcome!) are invited to submit a 250-500 word expression of interest, describing a paper they would like to contribute to the Special Issue. Proposed contributions could take the form of empirical papers, review papers, brief reports, or case studies, and are expected to link to existing literature on the topic.

Potential topics for the special issue might include pedagogical approaches within, or the impact of projects or programs focused on sustainable infrastructure and construction, alternative energy, smart cities, or advanced manufacturing. Papers may include success stories, best practices, evidence of curriculum shifts to accommodate new needs, or examples of industry partnering with polytechnics to address their own operational need for talent or innovation.

Expressions of interest should be submitted by Friday, March 1, 2019. Authors of successful proposals will be notified by March 15. Complete papers will be due by August 31, 2019. Authors may be asked to act as peer reviewers for other papers in the special issue.

Questions may be directed to Heidi Marsh (heidi.marsh@humber.ca).

Submit a Proposal