Resources From Our Partners (Researchers)

Our partners that offer educational resources will be listed here. If there is a partner organization that you believe fits the mission of our organization, feel free to connect with them and build that relationship. Contact polareducators@gmail.com for assistance. 

Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) offers education and outreach resources through the PolarTREC program with journals, archived events and the learning resources database. Additionally, ARCUS manages the Arctic Visiting Speakers program.

Climate and Cryosphere (CliC) Outreach aims to help information decision makers, stakeholders, students, teachers and the general public about the changing cryosphere and to stimulate the next generation of cryosphere researchers. Outreach products include video, podcasts, news, reports, and social media.

 Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) Outreach offers educators and scientists tools for communicating polar science to a variety of audiences. Here you can find information on their Education, Outreach, and Communications working group, International Polar Week, Antarctica Day, and other polar science and education resources.  

Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Communications section addresses the goals of education and training in the SCAR strategic plan. SCAR promotes the incorporation of Antarctic science in education at all levels.  

International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) Education and Outreach states that polar scientific research is highly relevant to everyone on the planet. IASC supports research that increases global understanding of the polar regions and initiates activities that enable the research outcomes to reach a broad public audience, attempting to close the gap between science and society. Resources include meeting reports, fliers, and articles highlighting outreach efforts.