As a Student
Whether you’re an elementary school, middle school, high school, or university or college student, we have lots of ways for you to explore the mysteries of our ocean and connect with Ocean Networks Canada and other students.
As a Educator
Thinking about incorporating ocean science into your classroom? Not sure where or how to start? Ocean Networks Canada and its partners have a wide selection of opportunities and resources to meet your needs. From classroom activities, labs, and lesson plans, to workshops, symposia, and classroom visits—both in-person and virtual—there are lots of ways to connect with ocean science content and other educators. You can even join our expedition teams at sea as a marine educator!
We now offer virtual and in person classroom presentations. Please see our registration page to find out more information.
Educators, participate firsthand in marine science and technology from shore or at sea during our research expeditions.
As a Community Member
What is a community observatory? What kinds of data do they collect? What benefits do these observatories offer coastal communities? Click on the link below to learn more and explore a community observatory close to you.
As a Citizen Scientist
Partner with scientists to help answer real-world by analyzing our deep-sea video feeds, or help track marine debris with our mobile app. Click on the link below to learn more and contribute to ongoing research.