Digital Media Arts Education encompasses digital arts + interconnectivity across all aesthetic, artistic, and academic elements, forms, contents, disciplines, and domains for learning and creating. Digital Media Arts includes the fine arts curriculum strands Create, Produce/Present, Respond, and Connect. These strands can be used across all curriculum content areas. Digital Media Arts are also closely tied to Career and Technical Education standards. In this hub, find resources, lesson plans, tutorials, and examples to help you teach and utilize digital media arts in your classroom. Visit UEN's Digital Media Arts webpage for more information and resources.
Tumbleweeds Kids Film Competition
Jan. 17, 2023, 4:46 p.m.
Submissions for the 2023 Tumbleweeds Kids Film Competition are now open. Utah students K-8 can submit short (5 minutes or less) fiction or nonfiction films to be considered for awards at the 2023 Tumbleweeds Film Festival for Kids.
Contest Deadline: February 14, 2023
For more information, visit tumbleweedskids.org/film-competition
In the Field with UEN-TV
Oct. 6, 2022, 11:05 a.m.
Engage your students with Media Production Mentoring. UEN Producers share their insights with your K-12 or Higher Education students via virtual workshops, presentations, and student portfolio/reel reviews. Available topics include broadcast careers, interview skills, lighting and sound, and more. Spanish language consultations may be available. Email the UEN media team at email@example.com for more information.
Oct. 6, 2022, 10:58 a.m.
Discover the power of youth media! Projects, lesson plans, storytelling resources and tutorials just for you. StoryMaker is a powerful learning platform developed by PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs to build the next generation of media creators. Teachers and students are welcome. Explore resources for free with or without a StoryMaker account. https://www.story-maker.org/