Public Library Satellite Downlink Network
This site provides a listing of the state's public libraries with
satellite downlink capabilities for possible use by interested
groups and persons.
Satellite Downlink Sites
(This listing is temporarily unavailable.)
This site provides a comprehensive listing of ETV satellite downlink
sites (including the library sites listed above). The sites are
organized by county and coded by color to indicate locations at
K12 Schools, Businesses, Government Agencies, Higher-Education
Institutions, Medical Establishments, Public Service Networks,
This site provides information about ETV broadcast programs and
videotapes concerning the GED Exam and Workplace Essential Skills.
site also provides links to related information.
Office of Adult & Community Education, State Department of
This site provides information and links related to the GED Exam
and Workplace Resource Centers.
South Carolina Literacy Resource Center
This document lists contact information for the Adult Education
Directors in each county, the GED testing office, the Workplace
Resource Center, and the four Regional Adult Education Technical
Carolina WorkPlace Resource Center
(Distance Education Learning Centers)
of the DELC is to cultivate a community of lifelong learners by
supporting instruction within K12 schools. These local TV broadcast
facilities were created by ETV, and work with the State Department
of Education to serve all the school districts across the state.
Click on the DELC link to find the DELC that serves your community.
(South Carolina's Virtual Library)
DISCUS provides all South Carolinians with equitable access to
an electronic library of essential information and learning resources.
It is administered by the South Carolina State Library in cooperation
with South Carolina's school, college and public libraries. DISCUS
is funded by the South Carolina General Assembly with supplemental
funding by the federal Library Services and Technology Act.
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O*NET OnLine is an application that was created for the general
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O*NET database includes information on skills, abilities, knowledges,
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