This resource is a Social Studies student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Gale Reference Collection, World Book Encyclopedia, eMedia, EBSCO, and Library of Congress to help students learn about Alexander Graham Bell.
This collection includes training resources to learn how to explore, create, and collaborate in eMedia.
This resource is a Language Arts student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, the three Gale databases (Kids InfoBits Grades K-6, Research in Context Grades 6-8, and Reference Collection Grades 9-12), the Library of Congress (located in the section called General Resources), and eMedia - to help students research and read about Booker T. Washington.
This resource is a Social Studies student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, World Book Encyclopedia (World Book Discover) and eMedia to help students learn about continents.
In this eMedia tutorial, Katie Blunt helps you discover curated topics and popular content with eMedia collections. Find out how collections can be useful to you and your classroom! (May 2021)
This engaging two-week course will provide participants with an opportunity to explore, create, and collaborate with our dynamic OER community, who is dedicated to improving teaching and learning throughout Utah. Educators will engage with emedia tools to effectively identify and evaluate resources - utilizing rubrics and quality criteria, and align them to standards, as well as explore curation strategies to collaboratively organize resources relevant to desired use and discover ways to create, remix, and share resources.Training days and times: November 10, 12, 17, 19 1:00-2:00 pm Mountain Time
This resource is a Science student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Gale's Kids InfoBits and eMedia - to help students learn about fossils and quiet places.
This resource is a Social Studies student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Gale's Kids InfoBits Grades K-6, Gale's Research in Context 6-8, Gale's Reference Collection Grades 9-12, EBSCO's Explora Elementary, and eMedia to help students learn about Harriet Tubman.
In this lesson, students will research matter cycles in various ecosystems. They will develop a model that will show the movement of matter among plants, animals, decomposers, and the environment. Students will choose between a variety of ways to create their model. (Preview Image: “Food web nemo”, CC-BY-SA 4.0, from Wikimedia Commons)
This resource is a Science student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Gale's Kids InfoBits, World Book Encyclopedia, and eMedia - to help students learn about the sun.
Learn how to personalize learning using technology! Utah teachers have a large amount of technology to explore and use in their classrooms. In this episode of the PCBL + Technology webinar series, learn how to utilize eMedia to support personalized, competency-based learning in your classroom.
This resource is a Mathematics student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, eMedia - to help students understand equivalent fractions.
Students will use the knowledge they learned about 2d shapes to create a short video using iMovie. Students will be grouped together and will take photos of items in the classroom that resemble 2d shapes. Each video must have labels indicating how many sides their shapes have, name of the shape and how many verticies their shape has.
Katie Blunt from UEN presents to virtual attendees about eMedia at the 2021 Utah Coalition for Educational Technology Conference.
eMedia is a digital library of educational resources created specifically for Utah educators. It is a collection of state-licensed and open educational resources -- from videos and images, to lesson plans and activities, to textbooks and full courses. In eMedia, you can explore materials cerated by others, create, remix, and share your own resources, and collaborate with educators across the state in the eMedia online community.
UEN has created mini lessons for students. These lesson will teach students how to use the resources in Utah's Online Library. These are all self-paced lessons that are less than 60 minutes in length. These are great for teachers who want to import them into their Canvas course. They can also be used as a substitute teacher lesson plan.
These lessons are available in Canvas Commons under the UEN-K12 consortium. You will find this consortium under Canvas Commons using the Filter UEN-K12. Once you have selected the UEN-K12 consortium search for "uen library lesson". These resources include: CultureGrams High School, CultureGrams Middle School, CultureGrams Elementary, World Book Online, Gale Research in Context, Gale, Reference Collection Secondary, LearningExpress Library, Soundzabound, eMedia, EBSCO.
These lessons are only available for Utah teachers with a district/charter school Canvas account.
Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)
This month, our UOL updates are focusing on eMedia and the new lesson plan template tool! Stay tuned for how-to videos on how to use this new lesson plan tool and other helpful tips.
This resource is a Social Studies student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically in the list below to help students learn more about the Underground Railroad. EBSCO Explora Elementary, Middle and High SchoolEBSCO Primary SearchEBSCO Middle Search PlusWorld Book EncyclopediaeMediaGale Discovering CollectionGale Virtual Reference LibraryGale InfoTrac Junior EditionGale InfoTrac Student EditionGale Opposing Viewpoints in ContextGale Student Resource Center - JuniorGale Student Resources in Context
eMedia is a digital library of free educational resources created specifically for Utah educators. eMedia allows you to explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the state to improve curriculum. In this session, learn the basics of exploring eMedia resources using search functions, filters, curated collections, and hubs. Learn how to create and share your own resources using the Open Author tool and UEN's lesson plan template. And learn how to use eMedia's collaboration and feedback tools to build your online professional learning network.
UEN and partners created hundreds of resources with CARES Act funding, so fortunately we have created an eMedia hub where all Reimagine Teaching resources have been collected. Katie Blunt instructs you how to access the hub, how to add resources to your personal collection, and more.