The Integrated Ocean Observing System, IOOS training resources aim to help users understand what ocean observations data and information is available via websites and mobile devices and how to use them.
The Great Lakes, GLOS, Observation Explorer provides access to real-time and historic data from across the Great Lakes including lake conditions; water levels, wave heights, air and water temperatures and more.
This tutorial shows some basic features of the GLOS observation explorer, including how to download and plot buoy data from around the Great Lakes.
The NANOOSpnw, Pacific Northwest channel includes videos about ocean observing and the usage of data, products and services available on this observing region's website.
Screen Capture of NANOOS Tsunami Evacuation Zone Portal video tour
These series of video tutorials provide an overview and a demontration of the information available on via this portal and its various features, such as:
Education websites, lesson plan, real data resources for use in classrom, multimedia resources
The Cook Inlet Response Tool (CIRT) is a data integration & visualization product designed to assist responders in the event of an oil spill or other event. Soon to be available is a series of video tutorials to showcase this tool.