With higher education increasingly moving online, a 3-year-old interinstitutional graduate student training program offers a model for universities to pool resources and expand course offerings.
For some educators, restrictions imposed by COVID-19 created space for innovation and affirmed the value of online tools and learning environments for increasing access to and engagement with science.
As teachers worldwide transition to virtual learning, expert educators offer a new place to find and share the best ways to keep your students on track.
New research into the ways that students learn and apply their knowledge is changing teaching methods and undergraduate geoscience course content.
Building well-documented, citable frameworks for Earth data analysis will encourage scientific replicability by addressing the underlying issues that inhibit code sharing.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington team up to teach students about state-of-the-art research instrumentation.
The section will play an important role in developing a diverse, inclusive, and dynamic Earth and space science talent pool.
OOI Teaching with Data Workshops; New Brunswick, New Jersey, 19–21 May 2017 (chemistry) and 2–4 June 2017 (geology)
From tiny seafloor features in the Gulf of Mexico to craters pocking the surface of Mars, the details on these maps captivate and fascinate.
A new teaching resource facilitates plate tectonic studies using a Google Earth virtual guided tour of ocean basins around the world.