For Higher Ed

The GLOBE Program enables university faculty to participate in collaborative, scientific based explorations of the world around them. Faculty can get involved in the Program in a number of ways:

This section provides university faculty with resources for using GLOBE for pre-service teachers as well as undergraduate students. 

We invite anyone who has used GLOBE in the undergraduate classroom to upload their resources here. The resources are divided by sphere (Atmosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere, and Soil (Pedosphere)) and then divided into pre-service teacher and undergraduate education folders. 

For pre-service teacher resources, we ask that you add a sub-folder within the pre-service teacher folders and then name and describe the new folder with the resource type (e.g., "Case Study - Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico") and the organization (e.g., "St. Catherine University") and the pre-service teacher grade-level (e.g., "Primary"). Example: Case Study-Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico-St. Catherine University-Primary.
Use only hyphens in the title, no colons or semi-colons.  

For undergraduate student resources, we ask that you add a sub-folder within the undergraduate students folders and then name and describe the new folder with the resource type (e.g., "Tracking Land Cover Change") and organization (e.g., "Illinois State University").

If you are new to using GLOBE in higher education, please feel free to use the resources provided here. And, if you have any feedback on the resources, send us an email at help@globe.gov. 

For Higher Ed

For Higher Ed