ETV at a Glance
Explore these ETV links and resources:
ETV’s reach in South Carolina goes well beyond Radio and TV. ETV supports education, promotes transparency, partners with public safety, connects citizens, and improves the quality of life and job readiness for the state. Join us for a look at some of ETV’s services and what people are saying about ETV.
ETV Community and State Partners
The Office of eLearning, SDE
The Office of eLearning, Division of Standards and Learning, at the SC Department of Education is a leader delivering online and technology-based curriculum. Instructional Television (ITV), which is part of SCDE's Office of eLearning, works closely with ETV to bring innovative, standards-based curriculum online, such as StreamlineSC, Knowitall.org and OnePlaceSC. These services create access to relevant content anytime, anywhere, offering diverse, exciting learning choices to students, teachers and administrators throughout the state.
Along with ETV, our partners with the SC Department of Education work collaboratively with South Carolina schools and districts to offer quality instructional resources for students and professional…
S.C. Healthcare Amateur Radio Team
The SCHEART program is a valuable community resource serving primarily health care facilities and local emergency management, EMS, Fire Departments, and other agencies directly involved in emergency and disaster response and recovery. The ultimate goal is to provide a level of communications support and preparation that complements existing public safety systems and is transparent to the end users during a disaster.
Along with ETV, partners in the SCHEART Initiative are the USC-Center for Public Health Preparedness, Medical University of S.C., S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, S.C. Budget and Control Board, S.C. Emergency Management Division and in the private…
S.C. K-12 Technology Initiative
The K-12 Initiative brings the resources of the world to the classroom and connects students with knowledge resources. Through the efforts of the K-12 Initiative, South Carolina was the first state in the nation to connect all public libraries to the Internet, and the fifth to connect all public schools.
Along with ETV, partners in the Initiative are: the S.C. Budget and Control Board, S.C. Department of Education, S.C. State Library and the private sector represented by AT&T and the S.C. Telecommunications Association.