Whether it's walking you through the scientific process, learning from professional researchers, or making games to learn more about the Earth, GLOBE offers many resources to help you become a better student scientist. Check out our different pages below to learn more about the different materials you can use to enhance your GLOBE student experience.
Want to learn more about the world and your local environment? The scientific process is one of the best ways to discover the important cycles happening all around you, and GLOBE has the tools to help you along the way. Through research projects, you can answer your own scientific questions through creating hypotheses, analyzing data, drawing conclusions, and sharing your results.
There are lots of different paths and opportunities you can take when you study Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). To get a better idea of what to expect in a STEM career, check out our recorded talks from STEM professionals. Inside, you can find speakers from the National Weather Service, the EPA, and many other organizations.
Puzzles and games are an excellent way to learn about the Earth system. Piece together puzzles, match clouds to their classifications, and take quizzes to test your knowledge on different Earth spheres. You can even explore land cover around the world with our LandSat Exploration Page.
Read and share your stories with the International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) or Student Research Symposia (SRS) on the GLOBE Student Blog. Inside, you can find firsthand accounts from GLOBE students that will help newcomers navigate the IVSS and SRS processes. After you become an Alumni of one of our symposia, you can submit a post about your experience to help out the next generation of GLOBE students.