Think Like an Engineer

The engineering design process is critical to the success of any project whether building a skyscraper or manufacturing a pair of sneakers. Find out how the process works from people who use it everyday.

Black History Month

The historic March on Washington descended on the Nation's capital in 1963. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the day.

The Makers Collection

This dynamic collection is packed with hands-on, "DIY" activities that let students roll up their sleeves and take an active role in the learning process.

The Life of Percy Julian

Percy Julian struggled to get ahead in a racially hostile world. Discover how he became one of the most important chemists of the 20th century.

Crash Course: Civil Rights

Take a crash course on the lives of prominent figures in U.S. and world history including Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall, Rosa Parks, and Earl Warren.

PBS LearningMedia: West Virginia Public Broadcasting Edition

  • 3 Rivers: The Bluestone, Gauley, and New

    3 Rivers documents the economic, social, and political impact of the rivers on southern and central West Virginia.

  • You Are There


    This video from WV Public Broadcasting uses the news desk/reporter format to study the impact of WV statehood on individuals of the time.

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