Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Developed by the West Virginia Humanities Council, e-WV is an interactive site showcasing West Virginia’s history, culture, and people. It is thoroughly innovative, enhanced with audio and video, hundreds of illustrations, maps, time lines, and other features. e-WV is free and available to anyone with access to a computer and Internet connection. It includes more than 2,000 articles, thousands of points available in the interactive maps, 10,000 keywords to drive the search process, and more than 12,000 items in the master time line.