2022 Annual Report
January 1 - December 31, 2022
Many of the popular interactives are from our Signature Series. Interactives are the 2nd most popular assets on Knowitall. Check out the top 10 interactives this quarter.
In 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.
Gullah is a spoken language and written the way it sounds. With this activity, students can click on an English word to see and hear the Gullah word.
The speed at which sound travels from one place to another depends upon the medium and how closely packed the molecules are in the matter. Learn more about how sound travels from the simulation.
Students will understand traditional blues form that contains three four-measure phrases that follow the pattern AAB. Let Reverend Leroy show you how to express your sad feelings by composing a blues song.
Students will understand that music and material culture became a mode of covert communication between slaves. Aunt Pearlie Sue is our guide as students uncover hidden messages in the work songs enslaved Africans sang in the fields.
This animated interactive job exploration experience connects schoolwork with real work and familiarizes students with some of the science skills required for work as a medical lab technician.
This animated interactive job exploration experience connects schoolwork with real work and familiarizes students with some of the skills involved in audio engineering. They will also understand the parts of waves and that the intensity (loudness or softness) of sound is determined by the amplitude of the sound wave.
Watch the simulation to learn the parts of an airplane.
The H.L. Hunley submarine made history during the American Civil War when she became the first submarine to sink an enemy ship in combat. She was raised in 2000, and has since been undergoing conservation efforts at the Warren-Lasch Conservation Center, in Charleston, South Carolina. There is a museum devoted to the H.L. Hunley, which is open to the public on weekends.
In the activity, choose a color to find out why objects appear in a particular color.