eMedia

eMedia is an Internet video distribution service provided by the Utah Education Network (UEN) delivering licensed video and other educational media to Utah's schools. The videos come from the Utah Instructional Media Consortium (UIMC), KUED 7, PBS and other media resources licensed by UEN. K-12 Utah Educators can visit eMedia locate and download these videos.

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Financial Literacy Videos

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K-6 Videos in eMedia

The following videos come from the Utah Instructional Media Consortium (UIMC), KUED 7, PBS and other media resources licensed by UEN. K-12 Utah Educators and students have access to these videos through Pioneer Library - eMedia. Login to Pioneer, use the eMedia link, search for the particular video you are interested in and preview or download the video.

  • Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3
    Familiar storybook characters apply basic digits to big concepts like billions and dollar bills. One story explores the world of money, while another answers the question, "How Much Is a Million?"

  • Dr. Rock's Math Adventures: Counting Money
    Dr. Rock helps your class understand the basic principles of counting money, such as identifying coins and dollars; discussing the coins and their values; and the different symbols associated with money.

  • Write Now: Budgets
    List the products you use each day. How much money will you have to earn to afford to live on your own? This short segment provides a visual prompt for creative writing and Language Arts.

  • Write Now: Money
    Do you ever feel like you are throwing away money? Why or why not? This short segment provides a visual prompt for creative writing and Language Arts.

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7-12 Videos in eMedia.

The following videos come from the Utah Instructional Media Consortium (UIMC), KUED 7, PBS and other media resources licensed by UEN. K-12 Utah Educators and students have access to these videos through Pioneer Library - eMedia. Login to Pioneer, use the eMedia link, search for the particular video you are interested in and preview or download the video.

  • Adjusting Your Withholding
    Expecting a tax refund? It's better not to get one at all. Here's why.

  • Frontline. The Merchants of Cool
    Teenagers today have more money and independence than ever before. FRONTLINE explores the culture in which today's American teenager is growing up and how they've come to view themselves and their parents.

  • Frontline. Can you Afford to Retire?
    Frontline reports that baby boomers are heading for a shock as they hit retirement: vanishing pensions and inadequate 401(k) savings. What can be done?

  • Identity Theft: Protecting Your Identity
    This comprehensive program for young adults provides all the information necessary for protecting yourself from identity theft.

  • Paying for College with the Greenes
    Howard and Matthew Greene introduce the most basic concepts behind paying for college with their well-known honest and reassuring approach. They go behind-the-scenes at major universities, meeting financial aid officers who provide firsthand glimpses into the decision-making process.

  • Saving Here, Saving Now
    For any wage earner learning the basic pitfalls of money management is a formidable task. In this important program you will learn some of the tactics successful people use for staying fit financially.

  • Suze Orman for the Young, Fabulous and Broke
    In her inimitable straight-talking style, Suze provides powerful, insightful and often surprising guidelines for actions that can help young women and men at perhaps the most critical financial time of their lives - getting started!

  • Suze Orman: The Road to Wealth
    In an accessible and dynamic question-and-answer format, Suze Orman tackles the issues of utmost importance to ordinary men and women struggling to manage debt, maximize their hard-earned money, gain a profitable return on their investments and ensure a comfortable retirement.

  • Teens and Money
    Teens often have trouble making mature decisions about money, but this video will help teach them how to be responsible with money, and how to navigate through the complex world of consumer finance.

  • TV 411. Episode 10
    A young couple from Seattle with credit card debt visits a credit counselor to create a budget, learn how to clip coupons, and manage their money.

  • Understanding Loans, Credit Cards, and Other Debt
    This program helps students understand the basics of financial credit systems, the best ways to obtain and manage credit, and how credit decisions can influence one's future.

  • Valuing our Money
    This program will help students better understand what trade-offs they make for the money they earn. Programs on spending are countered by programs on saving.

  • Write Now: Budgets
    List the products you use each day. How much money will you have to earn to afford to live on your own? This short segment provides a visual prompt for creative writing and Language Arts.

  • Write Now: Money
    Do you ever feel like you are throwing away money? Why or why not? This short segment provides a visual prompt for creative writing and Language Arts.

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Online Videos

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