GLEON Workshops are designed to enhance the collaborative research and educational experience, and data utilization of GLEON members, especially students. Workshops are for students and other GLEON members to learn skills in areas such as data acquisition and access, data management, modelling, applied ecology, outreach and effective team science skills. Workshops are organized and often led by graduate students and postdocs. For example, at GLEON 7 (Sweden 2008), students learned technicques for accessing GLEON's large sensor network repositories, and at GLEON 8 (New Zealand 2009), students learned lake modelling techniques developed by experts in coupled physical-chemical-biological models. See below for more workshops led by GLEON Student Association (GSA).