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March 2015 Highlights

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Women's History Month
Check out the programming on UEN-TV.
March 13
Digital Learning Day
Share the news use the hashtag #DLDay
March 16 - 22
Brain Awareness Week
A global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research.
March 20
UELMA Conference
Utah Educational Library Media Association - At the Larry H. Miller Megaplex At Jordan Commons
March 22
World Water Day
Water is a precious resource in Utah and around the world. Learn about water science happening now at iUTAH and CI-WATER news.
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UEN Staff Picks

EdReady Utah
20-50% of enrolled college students are unprepared for college-level coursework. EdReady Utah is here to help.

Follow Us on Twitter
Follow to get UEN updates, tips and great ideas. Follow to stay connected with UEN's PD group.

World Book Kids - Updated!
Explore the World Book Kids brand new site. Kids will love the image-driven navigation and the clean, modern layout. View the short video announcement.
Utah Mobile Apps
The state of Utah has developed many award winning mobile Apps. You can find over 80 Apps featured on the website, including NetSafe Utah.

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App of the Month

H2O Tracker
This water conservation game helps you estimate water use in and around your house so you can conserve and save money.

Professional Learning

2015 UCET Conference
April 2 & 3 at Herriman High School. Register today...

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Teaching Channel

Collaborating Across Disciplines
Two educators exemplify the benefits of successful teacher collaboration. Watch as they plan and deliver rich, cross-disciplinary lessons.

USOE Resource

Promises to Keep
Take a minute to review the vision and mission for Utah’s system of public education.

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eMedia Features

Women's History Month
  • A History of Women's Achievement in America
  • America Goes To War: The Homefront - A String of Pearls.
  • American Experience: Amelia Earhart, Annie Oakley, Fly Girls, Miss America, One Woman, One Vote
  • BSU Electronic Field Trips. Dirt On Their Skirts: 150 Years of Pioneers in Women's Baseball
  • Destination America. Breaking Free: A Woman's Journey.
  • Great Museums: National Museum of Women in the Arts - A Woman's Touch
  • In Their Own Words: The Voices of Utah Women About Their College Choices
  • The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo
  • Makers: Women Who Make America - Marlo Thomas - First Single Working Woman On Television
  • Making College a Priority - The Benefits of Higher Education for Women in Utah
  • Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
  • Pieces of the Puzzle: Influencing Utah Women to Graduate From College
  • Utah NOW: Makers - Voices of Utah Women

World Water Day
  • Ball State University Electronic Field Trips. Where the River Meets the Sea
  • Blue Gold: World Water Wars Desert Wars: Water and the West
  • Digital Science Online: Exploring Freshwater Biomes, Freshwater, Water, Water, Everywhere
  • Elements of Human Nutrition: Water
  • Freshwater: Water Cycle - condensation, Water molecule, Water table
  • Geography of Utah: Episode 16: Water
  • Going to Green: Elements of Sustainability - WaterQuality
  • Green Careers: Water Management
  • Green River: Divided Waters
  • iUTAH: Science for Utah's Water Future
  • NASA. SCI Files. The Case of the Wacky Water Cycle
  • Natural Cycles: Water cycle
  • Oceanography: Surface current, Thermocline
  • OrganWise Guys Shorts: Every Body Needs Water
  • Science, Please! Force and Motion: The Force of Water
  • Weather in Action: Water droplets
  • World Geography Series: Water, a Global Issue

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UEN-TV 9.1

UEN-TV March 2015 Highlights
Celebrate Women's History Month by watching great programs such as Arc of Light: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss on UEN-TV.

MHz Worldview 9.2

Global Ethics Forum
Sundays at 10 a.m.
Each week different experts navigate the murky moral landscapes presented by global politics, development, and international business.

FNX 9.3

Native Shorts
Thursdays at 9 p.m.
Hosts Bird Runningwater and Ariel Tweto present and discuss various short films developed, showcased or created through a direct connection with Sundance Institutes Native American and Indigenous Program.
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PBS Utah

Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
PBS' premier science series helps viewers of all ages explore the science behind the headlines.