Environmental Learning begins with access to resources about the world we live in, share, and depend on for survival. GLOBIO’s focus is on creating and delivering those resources to engage kids, educators, and life-long learners to value all life on Earth.
GLOSSOPEDIA is GLOBIO’s solution to a critical need: the overwhelming lack of free, child-specific, child-friendly, learning content on the internet. GLOSSOPEDIA is our multimedia online interactive encyclopedia, connecting kids to the world by supporting discovery of nature, animals, science, and culture. No other resource like it exists, primarily because GLOBIO owns or has long-term rights to all the content explored in GLOSSOPEDIA.
GLOSSOPEDIA is designed for kids with support, like our Learning Activity Guides, for those who help kids learn. It has a user interface that graphically embraces the spirit and joy of life-long learning. Visit GLOSSOPEDIA
Building Global Connections through visually rich learning resources
Apes Like Us
Apes Like Us is built on the voluminous visual and audio media created over the past five years. GLOBIO chose YouTube as the best media platform because of its broad use — over 35 billion views per day —
platform to reach people who already are excited about our planet through apes, but millions that could be engaged. The YouTube platform is also the most available to kids, educators, and adults on any device they have.
Great Apes 2020
The partnership is a return to GLOBIO’s origins where flagship species form the basis for engaging children in exploring and discussing the world, and the factors threatening species health and survival. GLOBIO, working with the rich content being created by Great Apes 2020, will look to develop a range of web-based resources that enable educators to access existing learning materials that use great apes as an opportunity to help children understand complex global environmental issues. Some of these resources will utilize the growing body of photos, video and audio being created by the Great Apes 2020 team over the next three years.