Hawaii Virtual Learning Network

Under HVLN, students take online courses via the E-School Program, educators enroll in online professional development courses, and schools receive technology integration and consultative services.

​​​About HVLN

The Office of Curriculum & Instructional Design (OCID) implements the infrastructure for online learning in Hawaii's public schools, also known as the Hawaii Virtual Learning Network (HVLN). Under HVLN, students take online courses via the E-School​ Program, educators enroll in online professional development courses, and schools receive technology integration and consultative services.

This program:

  • Provides statewide leadership in expanded learning programs, educational resources, multimedia programs and materials, and consultative services that model the use of 21st century skills and new technologies for students, educators, and administrators.
  • Prepares students and educators for the workforce by:
    • ​providing technology-rich, standards-based credit courses for students, and 
    • best practices, professional development and resources for educators.
  • Develops, maintains, and provides distance learning programs and systems.

HVLN Hawai'i Online Teaching

The Office of Curriculum and Instructional Design (OCID) would also like to provide schools with the opportunity to use Blackboard Learn as a Learning Management System (LMS) for the 2020-2021 school year. In addition to the LMS, schools will have access to content for 107 courses that schools can use as an online/blended learning option for Grades 6-12. For more information, please visit bit.ly/hvlnhot.



Contact Information

Charles Souza

Phone: 808-305-9755

Email: Charles.Souza@k12.hi.us

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