Tutorial/Training

WRF Tutorial

The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model Summer Tutorial will be offered during a two week period from 27 July -  7 August 2015 at the NCAR Foothills Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado.

The tutorial will be divided into 3 sessions. Participants can attend any combination of these sessions:

1. Basic WRF Tutorial (27-31 July 2015) The tutorial will consist of lectures on various components of the WRF modeling system along with hands-on practice sessions. The topics include:

2015 GSI/EnKF Community Tutorial

August 11 - 14, 2015NCAR Facility3450 Mitchell Lane, Boulder, ColoradoGSI & EnKF - Starting Tuesday Morning on August 11 - 14, 2015EnKF Only  - Starting Thursday Afternoon on August 13 - 14, 2015                  GSI knowledge is required for the EnKF Only SessionThe combined Gridpoint Statistical Interpolation and Ensemble Kalman Filter (GSI/EnKF) Community Data Assimilation System Tutorial will be offered at the NCAR Foothills Laboratory, in Boulder, Colorado on August 11-14, 2015.

Catalog Your UCAR, NCAR, UCP Educational Resources

In the same way that OpenSky offers free and open access to UCAR, NCAR, and UCP scholarly research, the UCARConnect Learning Resource Catalog offers free and open access to UCAR, NCAR, and UCP educational resources for every grade level, including for professionals. Additionally, the resources can be shared with other educational portals for broader accessibility and discoverability.

WRF Tutorial

The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model tutorial will be offered during a two week period from 21 July - 1 August 2014 at the NCAR Foothills Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado.  The tutorial will be divided into 4 sessions:  Basic WRF (21-25 July), WRFDA (28-30 July), WRF Regional Climate (30 July), and WRF Chem (31 July - 1 August). Basic knowledge of atmospheric science and numerical modeling, as well as working in a Unix computer environment, is required.

Teaching Methods Level 1 & 2

TEACHING METHODS LEVEL 1April 14, 20149:00 am-2:00 pmCG1-S AuditoriumFacilitator: Laura Border, CU Graduate Teacher Program

EOD FY14 Professional Fitness Challenge - Are you up to the challenge?

Get on Your Mark…Get Set...and get ready to pump up your professional fitness muscles!  Want to learn more? Join us at the December 11, 2013 EOD/Skillsoft webinar to learn about EOD's FY14 Professional Fitness Challenge, monthly events and challenges, how to qualify for learning awards, prizes and opportunities to strengthen your professional fitness muscles to reach your career goals. 

WRF Tutorial

The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model tutorial will be offered during a one and a half week period from 22-31 January 2014 at the NCAR Foothills Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado.

The tutorial will be divided into three sessions. Participants can attend any combination of these sessions. The three sessions are:

WRF/DART Ensemble DA Tutorial (Lecture only - 22 January),

MET Tutorial (23 - 24 January), and

Basic WRF Tutorial (27 - 31 January).

UCAR Drupal Training - Module Development Part 2

This is a reminder that the UCAR Drupal Users Group (UDUG) will be conducting a Drupal module development training course on Wednesday, September 11, at the CTTC training center, located in CG2.  There are 10 slots available.  The training session is intended for developers that have basic programming skills and want an introduction to Drupal module development.  It will be a hands-on training session where we will continue to work on our Drupal module using the CTTC computers.

You can register for the training session on the UDUG website:

WRF Tutorial

The next tutorial for users of the Weather Research and Forecasting model (WRF) will take place at NCAR on July 15–26. The tutorial will be divided into 4 sessions:  Basic WRF (15-19 July), WRF-Chem (22-23 July), WRF Data Assimilation (24-26 July), and WRF Regional Climate (26 July) . Basic knowledge of atmospheric science and numerical modeling, as well as working in a Unix computer environment, is required.

Web of Science Training - Refine Your Research Practices

The NCAR Library is hosting training sessions in two locations to demonstrate how to utilize your research time more efficiently.

Wednesday, April 10th:

  • Mesa Lab, Damon Room (ML-239) - 9:30 -11:00am
  • Foothills Lab Building 2 (FL2- FL-1001) - 1:30 - 3:00pm

Join us as we focus on:

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