The Encyclopedia of Earth is dedicated to expanding and enhancing opportunities for education on environmental topics. Please take a moment to explore the many resources below, and provide feedback on using online resources for education.
Initiatives of the Environmental Information Coalition
- EoE in the Classroom
See how educators are using the Encyclopedia of Earth in classrooms for course preparation and teaching.
- Student Science Communication Project
Browse articles written by students and published on the Encyclopedia of Earth with guidance from faculty and the EoE expert community.
Readers and Online Courses
- NCSE-NASA Interdisciplinary Climate Change Education
The NNICCE team is developing a robust curricular package for a general education course on climate change that universities across the country can readily adopt and adapt.
- Ecology for Teachers Reader
Explore a graduate level course reader developed by Mark McGinley for an interdisciplinary program to teach high school teachers to teach ecology.
- Environmental Contaminants and Toxicology Reader
Delve into a broad introductory reader developed by Emily Monosson covering contaminants and toxicology.
- AP Environmental Science Online Course
Utilize this thorough online course put together by the University of California College Prep to prepare students for the College Board’s Advanced Placement Environmental Science test.
- CAMEL: Climate Adaptation and Mitigation eLearning, an on online learning community
- Collections of articles and resources around a topic or region
- E-books published on the Encyclopedia of Earth
- Environmental Classics that are often used in environmental science and studies programs