The next episode will be April 18, 2017, 2pm cdt with Rick Rieder, ATSU VP of Finance/CFOWatch on Facebook Watch @ live.atsu.edu
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What it’s all about
Broadcast live from the David Welch studio at ATSU’s Kirksville, MO campus, the Lunch and Learn Series is loosely based on a television-style, weekly news program. The series is co-hosted by the Communications and Marketing, Human Resources and Information Technology and Services departments. It normally includes about 15 sixty-minute episodes (approximately twice a month from September to May) We feature various topics of interest to the ATSU community. Times for the live events alternate between the lunch hour on the MO campus and the AZ campus. All Lunch & Learn episodes are available in full HD on YouTube for later viewing. See past season videos below.
The series is designed to be an informal and fun way to inform the ATSU community and to experiment with new technologies and services that could eventually make their way to the other areas of the university, including the classroom.
How to watch and interact
You can watch the Lunch & Learn Series live on Facebook or live.atsu.edu. Become a fan of ITS on Facebook to receive notifications when we go live. To receive notifications from live.atsu.edu about all ATSU live events, including the Lunch & Learn Series, you can sign up at LiveStream and follow the ATSU page. You can ask questions and interact with the hosts live by using the chat feature on Facebook or live.atsu.edu. We’ll see you on air!
Season 5: 2016-2017
In season 5, we add a new host and Human Resources and Communications & Marketing join forces with ITS to make the show even better.Watch season 5
Season 4: 2015-2016
In Season 4 the Lunch & Learn Series remain in the David Welch Studio using LiveStream as the tool for broadcasting.Watch season 4
Season 3: 2014-2015
In season 3, the Lunch & Learn Series moves to the David Welch Studio and using LiveStream as the tool for broadcasting.Watch season 3
Season 2: 2013-2014
In the second season of the Lunch & Learn series, we continued to use Google Hangouts as our broadcasting tool, but this season is where we started using more television broadcasting type terminology.Watch season 2
Season 1: 2012-2013
The first season of the Lunch and Learn series was truly a learning experience. The season included 25 episodes, with 20 episodes being successfully recorded using Google Hangouts.Watch season 1