Distance learning refers
to professional development opportunities available through the
Internet, television, radio, or phone-in. The Water Outreach website
provides several distance education resources that may be of interest
to you, as a professional, or for your students and clients.
for water professionals
- Try the Changing Public Behavior Short Course to develop skills in working with audience information to plan an effective water management strategy.
- The U.S EPA
Watershed Academy provides training specific to watershed management.
- The U.S. Geological Survey offers Online Lectures on water-related topics.
- The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) offer four online courses for educators in formal and nonformal settings.
- Making EE Relevant for Culturally Diverse Audiences
- Strategic Planning and Implementation
- Fundamentals of EE
- Applied EE Program Evaluation
conferences - While conferences are not usually classified
as "distance education", they are often excellent sources
of professional development opportunities, networking opportunities,
and information about distance education.
Conferences and Calls for Papers, Water Quality Information
Center, National Agricultural Library