Data and Model Driven Hydrology Education
This project aims to provide a collaborative platform for instructors to publish hydrology related instruction in the form of units and steps. All published material is available for anyone to use as is, or can be modified for implementation using alternate data, computational tools, or learning outcomes, among others. It is expected that the modified steps or units will be re-published in the system so the cycle of use and modify continues to keep the content up-to-date, applicable using broader geographic settings, data sources and computational tools. Read more about this project.
Information for Instructors: Explore available steps and units for use in your classrooms. If you want to contribute a new step or unit, use the contribute link on the left to get started.
Information for Students: Browse available steps and units to learn a hydrologic concept by using observed data and computational tools.
Browse for available Steps (what is a step?)
Browse for available Units (what is a unit?)
Create an account (only needed if you want to contribute/edit content)
If you have questions, or would like to discuss an idea for a new step or unit, please use the contact information provided below to connect with the project leaders.
Dr. Venkatesh Merwade, Lyles School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University (email@example.com)
Dr. Benjamin Ruddell, School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems, Northern Arizona University (Benjamin.Ruddell@nau.edu)