DocumentCove Forests are unique ecosystems found exclusively in North America, in the southern Appalachian Mountains of the United States. They are a special type of forest known as mixed decidous, meaning...
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Knowitall features a wide assortment of over 10,150 media assets and lessons, created by South Carolina ETV with a variety of partners for preK-12. The content has been optimized for tablets and mobile devices for one-to-one learning.
On Knowitall, as of February 12, 2021, you will find approximately:
- 4831 videos
- 623 lessons
- 1337 audio files
- 2073 photos
- 99 interactives
- 356 documents
- 225 series (View our Signature Series)
- 46 collections
- and the content continues to grow!
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SCETV is committed to access, equity, and meeting the needs of 21st century learners. We are currently working to review all of our educational resources with the hopes of removing and/or updating any that could be viewed as insensitive or as omitting critical historical contexts. As we embark upon these review efforts, we will address concerns as they are shared with us from valued members of the community like you. We also welcome any additional comments about how we can facilitate thoughtful, engaging, and meaningful learning experiences in this area. You can share them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strive to make sure as many assets as possible meet accessibility requirements.
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- 79 interactives are available for mobile devices. We retired Flash interactives January 2020.
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DocumentLa Ropa Sucia is a fotonovela produced by ETV and designed to target both Hispanic and non-Hispanic teenagers; the title, which means “Dirty Laundry,” is based on the Hispanic adage, “La ropa sucia se...
DocumentWeb of Water was based on the environmental education outreach of South Carolina Lowcountry Environmental Education Program (SCLEEP). The Web of Water Documentary and Webisode video content were...
DocumentProducer: Urica Pope-Floyd Web Developer: Tyora Moody Programmers: Steven Anderson, Richard Baldwin Curriculum Coordinator: Andrea Thorpe Illustrators: Joe Byrnes, Tyora Moody Writers: Urica Pope...
DocumentFor more than 100 years Mullins was the major tobacco market for South Carolina. Since 1997 the tobacco allotment has been cut in half, textile manufacturers have moved away and Mullins, a town of...
DocumentThe Knowitall staff would like to extend many thanks to Katie Metz, former Simulation and Science Curriculum Specialist of ETV's Creative Services. Her talents and science genius will be greatly...
DocumentDigital Traditions is a public access initiative for folklife & material culture curated by the Folklife Resource Center (FRC) at McKissick Museum. For further information about any of the artists...
DocumentA Natural State is funded by an Arts and Rural Community Assistance Project grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the US Forest Service. The purpose of these grants is to support arts...
DocumentArtopia is a comprehensive Web-based arts experience designed for middle school students, covering the visual and performing arts. Students can closely examine important works of art and take part in...
InteractiveIn this activity, students use a virtual biology lab to perform investigations and learn lab procedures using compound and dissecting microscopes to look at a variety of animal and plant cells.