In support of the community’s response to COVID-19, CUAHSI is making available a set of online learning resources.
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Please consider supporting your colleagues by submitting your resources. To submit a resource, please contact Ainsley Brown at email@example.com.
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CUAHSI Cyberseminar Archive: Vast library of webinars that is searchable by presenter and keyword. Videos are stored on and streamed from YouTube.
CUAHSI Let’s Talk About Water Film Inventory: Water-related films some of which are available to stream from YouTube or other video sites.
CUAHSI’s Library Archive: Contains peer-reviewed articles, technical reports, and more. Searchable by author, author affiliation, year, and keyword.
CUAHSI 2017 Hurricanes Data Archive: Data and ArcGIS Story Maps describing Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.
Science Education Resources Center (SERC): Collection of Learning Units for Data and Model driven hydrology education.
HydroLearn: platform for instructors to share, develop, and find learning modules for hydrology and water resources education.
Highly Allochthonous: Blog authored by Anne Jefferson (Dept. of Geology, Kent State University) and Chris Rowan (dept. of Geology, Kent State University) offering news and commentary from the world of Geology and Earth Science
CUAHSI Virtual University modules on Snow Hydrology: Virtual University module recordings focusing on modular modeling framework that incorporates components from most snow models in use today.
Teaching Resources - Watershed Science, Engineering & Management Group: Adam Ward is making available asynchronous material from his courses for use by the community.
HydroFrame: Reed Maxwell provides us with resources from HydroFrame. HydroFrame provides free tools and lesson plans to help students explore the way water moves in the subsurface and interacts with the surface.
HydrologyVideos - Purdue University: This YouTube channel presents videos created by Dr. Venkatesh Merwade and hydrology students at Purdue University to create water awareness by describing hydrologic processes or events in short clips. The channel also includes videos that are 15-20 minutes long for use in hydrology instruction.
The National Association of Geoscience Teachers - How Many People Can the Aquifer Support?: Interactive groundwater simulation and education. Allows students to collect and analyze data.
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If you are currently teaching a course in hydrology or a related discipline this message is for you. This is related to a RAPID grant on access to online education, which Adam Ward (Indiana University) is leading and in which CUAHSI is participating. We are initiating a survey of instructors and students to learn about the discipline-wide transition from traditional face-to-face lectures to distance or online learning in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our goal is to understand instructors' plans, resources that are available, and how you expect your students to respond. Similarly, there is an option for Adam to help you survey your students in your course about their engagement, expectations in the transition, and access to technology. Student results would be collected by Indiana University, anonymized, and shared with you to help inform your course design moving forward.
We hope that you will be willing to help us by participating in a short survey that should take no more than 15 minutes of your time. If you are willing, please email any of us: Adam Ward at email@example.com, Jerad Bales at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ainsley Brown at email@example.com, and we will send you a link to the survey, along with the password.