With the ongoing Corona crisis, universities are closed and in-person classes are/were rapidly transitioning to online courses with only little time for preparation for instructors.
The above is a quote from Matthias Sprenger, that starts a recent EGU blog post about the rapid transition universities are making to online teaching. To support educators YHS is collecting an overview of freely available teaching materials in the hydrologic sciences. Contributions are welcomed!
Videos and online resources for teaching hydrology, shared by Kevin J. McGuire. Covers a wide range of topics and pulls in material from a large number of lecturers/institutions.
Hydroframe is a project to make national hydrologic simulations more accessible, and has interactive models and lesson plans available for groundwater education and outreach.
Lectures of the 4th Cargèse Summer School on “Flow and Transport in Porous and Fractured media: Development, Protection, Management and Sequestration of Subsurface Fluids“, held in 2018. Videos of lectures are available on Youtube.
Video lectures by Adam S. Ward, made publicly available by the Watershed Science, Engineering, & Management Group of Indiana University.