Workshops and short courses related to teaching with geodetic methods and data have been run by several different projects and organizations.
- GEodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) project has run a wide variety of in-person and virtual workshops as well as webinars for instructors and teaching assistants of undergraduate students.
- EarthScope Alaska Native Geoscience Learning Experience (ANGLE) has run workshops, that include geodesy data activities for understanding Alaskan geohazards. Primary audience has been secondary teachers, informal educators, and emergency management educators.
- 2010 Teaching Geodesy in the 21st Century workshop - A follow-on to the 2007 On the Cutting Edge Geophysics workshop, this workshop, sponsored by UNAVCO, focused on applications of geodesy to different subdisciplines of Earth science. During the workshop, participants worked together to develop interactive, engaging learning material for students, and helped identify aspects of geodesy to be included in introductory college level geology education.
(learn more about the follow-on workshop series from On the Cutting Edge).