Program Launch

Overview

Students entering school building with backpack

In July 2020, the New Hampshire Department of Education (DOE) announced that it had received a three-year, $6.2 million grant to build a new program called iLearnNH. Since then, the NH DOE and University System of New Hampshire (USNH) have joined together to launch the initial iLearnNH cohorts, built a new team of six professionals with experience in K-12 education, teacher training, and ed tech tools, and rolled out three free tools for New Hampshire schools: the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS), Kaltura video management platform, and Zoom video conferencing service.

The iLearnNH team is committed to supporting teachers and students throughout the state by providing industry-standard tools and platforms, technical troubleshooting, resource sharing, professional development training, guidance for rollout and adoption, and best practices for remote learning.

 


 
iLearnNH Launch Timeline

Select each row to learn more about the iLearnNH program launch timeline.

July 28, 2020

New Hampshire Department of Education (NH DOE) announces partnership with the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) and launch of iLearnNH. 

August 17

First iLearnNH cohort launches.

August (Throughout)

NH DOE holds four webinar recorded sessions in order to help the New Hampshire community understand what iLearnNH is, the tools it provides, and the support it offers for school administrators, teachers, students, and parents.

Canvas LMS Recorded Sessions:

Learn more about the Canvas Recorded Sessions

September 8

Second iLearnNH cohort launches.

September 15 

iLearnNH team begins. View the Meet the Team page to learn more about their background and experience.

October 10

Full-time, NH-based Canvas Adoption Specialist begins.

October 30

iLearnNH delivers first training to National Education Association (NEA-NH).

November 3

Third iLearnNH cohort launches.

December 2020 - ongoing

Additional cohorts begin. iLearnNH builds its resources library, teacher community, and support for K-12 teachers and students throughout New Hampshire.