The South Carolina State Library recently announced the selection of South Carolina ETV and Public Radio’s KnowItAll.org website as a 2022 Notable State Documents award winner.
KnowItAll.org features over 9,000 mobile-friendly videos, worksheets and interactives for pre K-12 educators and the general public. The content sharing platform also includes teacher lesson plans that meet South Carolina education standards, along with topic-based content for one-to-one teaching and learning in classrooms. Popular series include Artopia, Conversations with Crescent, GullahNet, Let’s Go Careers and History in a Nutshell, along with many others. KnowItAll.org is funded by the S.C. General Assembly through the K-12 Technology Initiative.
Government documents come in a variety of formats and winning categories, including state agency monographs, serials and websites or apps. Winners of the South Carolina Notable State Documents award are announced in honor of Freedom of Information Day, which occurs annually on March 16. These noteworthy publications call attention to the most informative documents released by state agencies in 2022. Awards will be presented to the winning agencies and authors in a ceremony at the State Library on March 15.
Nominations for the Notable Documents Awards were submitted throughout the year, with final candidates being judged by a panel of librarians and state employees. Candidates were judged based on their designs, writing styles and breadth of information. The judges chose a unique group of twelve documents and websites for recognition, including a strategic plan for optimizing South Carolina's early childhood system, a student journal that showcases academic excellence, and a website developed by the state agency charged with ensuring the election process is fair, impartial and easily accessible for everyone in the state.
More information about the South Carolina State Library and the Notable State Documents Awards winners can be found on the South Carolina State Library website.
“KnowItAll.org is shining example of the ways SCETV contributes to a stronger and more connected South Carolina. In addition to making high-quality learning experiences available to South Carolina’s students, KnowItAll.org also makes high-quality learning media featuring South Carolina available to learners worldwide. We are thrilled to be awarded this honor by the South Carolina State Library.” –SCETV Chief Learning Officer Dr. Salandra Bowman
“KnowItAll.org has come a long way since being launched in 2001. We are very appreciative that educators and students continue to find value in our digital content and resources. We are honored to be recognized by the South Carolina State Library.” –SCETV Director of Digital Ty Moody
“I’m so proud of the team behind the content and resources made available to educators and the general public on KnowItAll.org. SCETV is thankful for this recognition from the South Carolina State Library and will continue to produce award-winning content and resources for the state.” –SCETV Interim President and CEO Dr. Stephanie Cook
- The KnowItAll.org website was announced as a 2022 Notable State Documents award winner.
- KnowItAll.org features over 9,000 mobile-friendly videos, worksheets and interactives for pre K-12 educators and the general public.
- Awards will be presented to the winning agencies and authors in a ceremony at the State Library on March 15.
- Candidates were judged based on their designs, writing styles and breadth of information.
- More information about the South Carolina State Library and the Notable State Documents Awards winners can be found on the South Carolina State Library website.
About South Carolina ETV and Public Radio
South Carolina ETV and Public Radio (SCETV) is the state's public educational broadcasting network. SCETV amplifies South Carolina voices, provides educational experiences and strengthens communities, while working toward creating a stronger, more connected and informed South Carolina. In addition to airing local programs, such as Carolina Classrooms, Making It Grow, and This Week in South Carolina, SCETV also presents multiple programs to regional and national audiences, including By The River, After Action, Reconnecting Roots, Reel South, Somewhere South, Yoga in Practice and How She Rolls. In addition, SC Public Radio produces the national radio production, Chamber Music from Spoleto Festival USA.