Interactive Educational Media

Specializing in interactive education via multi-media

The mission of the NET Interactive Educational Media unit is to provide educational multimedia support for nonprofit, educational institutions and state and federal agencies. We produce highly effective instructional design, websites, DVDs, CDs, videos, lesson plans, as well as work with content management systems to meet the instructional and information needs of our clients across the state.

Clients include:  the Nebraska Departments of Labor, Education, Environmental Quality, and Professional Practices;  the National Guard Bureau; the Nebraska State Patrol and the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center;  the Nebraska State Museum;  the University of Nebraska Medical College; and PBS.

For more information about NET Interactive Educational Media, contact Melanie Eirich at 402-470-6723 or

Recent Projects

Standing Bear's Footsteps: The Meaning of Home
The Meaning of Home
This eBook combines the PBS documentary "Standing Bear's Footsteps" with educational interactivity and a series of short essays.
Explore the history of American quilts. By NET Learning Services & the Int'l Quilt Study Center & Museum. 
Stories of Nebraska Quilters -- Grace Snyder: Tiny Stitches, Big Life
Stories of Nebraska Quilters
Follow this Sandhills woman's amazing journey. By the Int'l Quilt Study Center & Museum, NSHS, & NET Learning Services.

Featured Projects

Career Readiness
This NE Depts. of Labor and Education course is for NE high school students or anyone entering the work force.
Professional Development
This NE Depts. of Labor & Education course examines teaching/training skills for both classroom & workplace.
Project Beak
This Game & Parks interactive course, for grades 5-8, contains scientifically accurate information about birds.
UNL Custodial Training
UNL Custodial Training
We provided online, interactive custodial training, including exams in the Blackboard learning management system.
A website with resources on how to talk to your college-age children about drinking.
OPS students & teachers practiced science journalism skills with NET producers & medical researchers.