Multimedia

Multimedia

Visit the UCARConnect Youtube channel to view all webcasts, webinars, and videos.
Visit UCARLive to watch live-streaming webinars and talks from UCAR.

YouTube and iTunesU Video Channels

This page features links to YouTube channels and iTunesU pages with content supported by UCAR education programs.

UCARConnect on YouTube

At UCARConnect you'll find videos, interviews with scientists, and live and archived webinars from leaders in the atmospheric and related sciences. Check back often for videos for K-12, higher education, and lifelong learners.

AtmosNews

AtmosNews is the primary channel to atmosphere-related videos from UCAR & NCAR on YouTube.  Here you will find videos for advanced to general audiences.

COMET Meteorological Education

COMET MetEd provides education resources for operational forecasters, university atmospheric scientists and students, and anyone interested in learning about meteorology and related geoscience topics. 

Earth Observing Laboratory on YouTube

NCAR's Earth Observing Laboratory develops and deploys NSF Lower Atmospheric Observing Facilities (LAOF) and provides field project support and data services needed to advance scientific understanding of the earth system.

The GLOBE Program

GLOBE is a science and education program that connects a network of students, teachers and scientists from around the world to better understand, sustain and improve Earth's environment at local, regional and global scales.

UCAR/NCAR Archives on YouTube

The NCAR Archives documents the history of the atmospheric sciences, including atmospheric chemistry, climate science, meteorology, societal impacts of weather and climate, solar physics, astrophysics, and supercomputing.

National Science Digital Library on iTunes

NSDL on iTunes U features content contributed by NSDL's partner network of research labs, science centers, and educational organizations. 

Unidata on YouTube

Unidata's mission is to provide the data services, tools, and cyberinfrastructure leadership that advance earth-system science, enhance educational opportunities, and broaden participation.

Vis Lab YouTube Channel

VETS develops and delivers software tools for analysis and visualization and provides advanced visualization and collaboration environments.