A platform for instructors to find learning modules and collaborate on developing resources for teaching hydrology and water resources

What can instructors do with HydroLearn?

What does HydroLearn have to offer?

Utilize

Find and use learning modules developed by others

Learning Modules

Modules with learning objectives, learning activities, and assessments that are supported by educational research

Adapt 

Adapt and use modules created by others

Constructive Alignment

Tools designed to scaffold instructors' development of learning modules that align learning objectives, activities, and assessments

Collaborate

Collaborate with others to develop new learning modules

Authentic Problems

The capability to integrate data and modeling resources to support students' solving of complex real-world problems

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Author and Module Spotlight

 

Dr. Austin Polebitski

University of Wisconsin Platteville

Dr. Tyler Smith

Clarkson University, KY

This module introduces students to floodplain analysis through a hands-on application to the Pecatonica River near Darlington, WI. Students will learn how to collect and analyze watershed data, apply statistical concepts to perform flood frequency analysis, and perform a floodplain analysis using HEC-RAS while considering input/output uncertainty and a cost analysis of design alternatives.

The HydroLearn project is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under collaborative awards DUE-IUSE 17269651725989, and 1726667; I-Corps 1644493; TUES 1122898; and CCLI 0737073.  Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF. 

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