List of UCAR sponsored programs and websites promoting science education including images, visualizations and educational resources. Additional educational and professional resources within the UCAR/NCAR/UCP organization are available online.
|COMET Program||COMET is a world-wide leader in support of education and training for the environmental sciences, delivering scientifically relevant and instructionally progressive products and services.|
|Globe Program||The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) program is a worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based science and education program. GLOBE's vision promotes and supports students, teachers and scientists to collaborate on inquiry-based investigations of the environment and the Earth system working in close partnership with NASA, NOAA and NSF Earth System Science Projects (ESSP's) in study and research about the dynamics of Earth's environment.|
|NCAR Visualization & Enabling Technologies Section||The Visualization and Enabling Technologies Section (VETS) is focused on knowledge development - the post-computational phase of science where data moves to information, discovery, and communication. The VETS program includes large-scale data analysis and visualization, web environments and infrastructure, collaborative environments, grid technology, and education and outreach. These resources are posted on youtube channel.|
|UCAR Center for Science Education||The UCAR Center for Science Education helps to connect the advances and innovations developed at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the UCAR Member Universities to the needs and priorities of a diverse people by helping them to learn, understand, and apply these advances and innovations.|
|UCAR Digital Image Library||The UCAR Digital Image Library provides access to unique photographs and illustrations of atmospheric and solar phenomena, pollution, clouds, research instruments, field projects, landscapes, educational settings, the National Center for Atmospheric Research Mesa Laboratory and surrounding sites in Boulder, Colorado.|