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.
- 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.
The Hawai‘i Virtual Learning Network (HVLN) invites all schools to become members and offer online learning opportunities to students. Online learning provides the following benefits: offers self-paced, student-directed and learner-focused content; accommodates multiple learning styles using a variety of delivery methods; eliminates geographical barriers; offers 24/7 accessibility; fosters collaboration; enhances digital skills and prepares students for the workforce and post-secondary options.
Membership includes access to online courses for use in blended learning models and support with the learning management system to deliver online courses for up to 100 users.
SY2020-21 Course Listing