Below is a list of upcoming live webinars, as well as live streaming videos. Please check back often as the schedule will be updated when new opportunities are made available!
- USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies: Live streaming at Big Fisherman Cove on Catalina Island
- Aquarium of the Pacific: Live webcams of exhibits at the aquarium, including penguins, sharks, and sea jellies. Their Online Academy features videos of guest lectures at the aquarium, a YouTube channel full of aquarium videos, Online exhibits, and their Seafood for the Future video series.
Upcoming Live Webinars
Follow the links below to participate in one of the many advertised upcoming webinars. Check on each resource's link for the most current offerings:
- Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids: Weekly 45 minute marine video webcasts (pre-registration required). Archived presentations and associated webinar resources can be found here.
- Ring A Scientist: Science learning at-home and outdoors. Includes an intertidal scavenger hunt, beach stewardship, graphing marine debris, and more. (ongoing)
- Skype a Scientist: This program provides students and families the ability to skype scientists on a variety of topics. Sessions are scheduled each week that allow participants to log in and join a prescheduled scientist at work.
- Ship to Shore: Live video communication from people on a scientific research vessel with Jodies Resolution (check to see who is out at sea). Note: Need to sign up in advance (Middle School/High School)
• Note: Expedition videos start Monday, May 4th
- Heal the Bay-Knowledge Drops: Heal the Bay's team of scientists, experts, and advocates explores the water world and offers fun lessons about the marine environment. Each session is about 1-hour long and includes a live presentation, Q&A, polls, and videos. The new webinar series is generally geared for 3rd – 8th-grade students, but all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend!
- National Marine Sanctuary Webinars: This webinar series provides educators with educational and scientific expertise, resources and training to support ocean and climate literacy in the classroom.
- Ring a Scientist: Chat with a researcher live via video conferencing on topics ranging from research, various school topics and career-related questions. Focused on middle school/high school but all are welcome! (Ongoing)
- NOAA Live! Webinars: While you are home, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s Regional Collaboration Network in conjunction with Woods Hole Sea Grant, are offering this series to allow you to view what our NOAA scientists do in all of their various offices. You can get a peek at what our NOAA scientists do in all the various NOAA offices. Especially focused on students ifrom grades 2nd-8th.
- Pacific Marine Mammal Center Webinars: They are offering free educational events on topics such as rescuing mammals, learning about how a mammal senses, and the importance of a clean watershed on mammal life. Each webinar is limited to 100 registrants, free sign-up is recommended for each talk.
- Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students (PORTS): The PORTS provides FREE live interactive videoconference programs, also known as virtual field trips, to expand learning beyond the classroom walls. K-12 students from California and around the world are connecting with live interpretive rangers and learning academic content standards within the context of California’s dynamic state park system. Download and Print the Spanish and English version of the MPA Coastal Explorer Guide here.