“Smart is fun with Knowitall.org!”
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!
We would love to hear from you with any questions or comments.
SCETV STATEMENT ON RACE AND CURRICULUM RESOURCES
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.
- SERIES with Closed Captioning on Knowitall
- SERIES with Transcripts on Knowitall
- 79 interactives are available for mobile devices. We retired Flash interactives January 2020.
Funding for Knowitall.org was provided by the S.C. General Assembly through the K-12 School Technology Initiative, which is steered by a unique public/private partnership that includes the S.C. Department of Administration, S.C. Department of Education, S.C. Educational Television, S.C. State Library, S.C. Education Oversight Committee and the private sector, represented by AT&T and the S.C. Telecommunications and Broadband Association. The Initiative guides the distribution of funds appropriated by the Governor and General Assembly. These funds collectively help to meet the state’s schools’ need for software, hardware, connectivity, digital content, instructional technologies and professional development.