Education Webcams - Educational buildings web cams

There are a lot of educational buildings in the entire world. If you want to watch how a laboratory works or if you want to see how you can run a library, take a look at the page and explore different kinds of webcams that are listed here. The most common educational webcams are the ones that show how an educational building is run, and it can have different views. Check them and enjoy your visit.

Montclair State University - Kasser Theater

Looking from the Upper Montclair to the Montclair State University

Sewanee - The University of the South

This cam provides views from Sewanee - The University of the South

College of St. Scholastica - Climbing wall

A view of the climbing wall in the new Wellness Center, College of St. Scholastica at Duluth

University of California - San Diego

Looking this magnific view from the University of California at San Diego city

University of Oklahoma weather studies center

Look the University of Oklahoma at Norman

University of Alaska - Museum of the North Construction

Look at the nice view of the University of Alaska. Museum of the North Construction, at Fairbanks, Alaska.

University of Houston-Victoria

This view is broadcast from the University of Houston-Victoria.

Elon University - Koury Business Center

webcam provides views from the Elon University at Elon city

Syracuse University - Right side of Quad

This webcam is mounted on top of Bowne Hall, looking northwest. In the foreground of the picture is the Orange Grove.

East Carolina University

This cam provides views of East Carolina University

University of Helsinki

This is the Aleksandria Learning Centre at Helsinki University

University of Manchester

This cam is situated into the cafe snack of the University of Manchester

University Victoriaville

This cam is located inside of Victoriaville in Quebec

Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche

This camera, broadcast views from the university Miguel Hernandez de Elche

Warwick University Piazza

This cam shows views of students walking an talking