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Office of Educational Technology
The Office of Educational Technology (OET) provides leadership and assistance to schools regarding the integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into the teaching and learning process; and also provides leadership, assistance, and guidance in the effective use of virtual, online, and distance learning.

NH ConnectEd is a project of the NH Society for Technology in Education (www.NHSTE.org). Events from participating educational organizations are posted on this calendar for your convenience. If your educational organization would like to participate in NH ConnectEd, contact the Office of Educational Technology for details. Join the NH ConnectED Listserv.

Contact the
Office of Educational Technology

Stan Freeda
State Educational Technology Director and Online Learning Specialist
Email: Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Voice: 603.271.5132
Fax: 603.271.2760

Mailing Address
Office of Educational Technology
New Hampshire Department of Education
101 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301

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The Office of Educational Technology collects and disseminates information on eduational technology and digital learning, such as SpeakUp surveys, online professional development, virtual schools, technology planning, library media services, Internet safety, and the federal E-Rate program, based on current trends, research, and funding opportunities. OET also manages the NH Educators Online (NHEON) Web resources and offers guidance and assistance to districts and educators on meeting the Information and Communication Technologies Literacy program standards for school approval. The Office also coordinates the NH e-Learning for Educators project, which offers online professional development courses through OPEN NH.

Effective Integration of
Educational Technology in Teaching

OET is gathering information on effective ed tech efforts. Have you got a great project going on in your school or district? We've got a way for you to tell your story!

Download the Effective Projects Case Studies Form (Word doc) to help you think about how to tell your story. Then submit the details online using this link.

Submit an Effective Projects Case Study


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Plans and Surveys

Technology Plans
National Educational Technology Plan

NH Tech Planning Toolkit

District Tech Plan Status

NH STaR Chart

Childrens Internet Protection Act Compliance (CIPA)

NH Technology Surveys

Annual Speakup Survey
Speak Up New Hampshire!

Project Tomorrow Speak Up

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SpeakUp NH Data Archives



Current Sources
White House ConnectEd Initiative (Free Technology for Eligible Schools)

US Department of Education Grants (USED offers 3 kinds of grants)

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

eRate Program

NH eRate Consortium

NH eLearning for Educators project/ OPEN NH program

NHSTE Chris Nelson Memorial Grant Program

NHDOE Requests for Proposals

NCLB Title II-D Grants (Enhancing Education Through Technology)

Tech Literacy Challenge Grants

PT3: Project New Teachers

School Administrators Leading with Technology (SALT)





NH e-Learning for Educators / OPEN NH

ICT Literacy Toolkit

NH Technology Planning Toolkit

Digital Literacy NH

Online Diploma Mills and Accreditation (US DOE)

Local Educational Support Center Network (LESCN)

NH Esri State GIS Partnership

NH Educators Online

Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference

Internet Safety


Technology Use

Technology Readiness
Technology Readiness in NH

Distance Education
Virtual Schools

Online Tutoring


eLearning for Educators (OPEN NH)

NH College and Career Ready Standards

ICT Literacy Program Standards

NH Educator Certification /Credentialing

Technology for Learning
NH Assistive Technologies

Accessibility of Instructional Materials SETDA.org Policy Brief)

Guide to Technology Requirements (SETDA.org)

Computer Recycling

Policies for Technology
State Education Policy Center (SETDA.org)




Library / Media
Library Media Info

K-12 Domain Change Request for NH Schools

Professional Organizations
NH Society for Technology in Education

NH School Library Media Assocation

Northeast Comprehensive Center

State Educational Technololgy Directors Association (SETDA.org)

Content Based Professional Educator Organizations
NH Art Educators Association

NH Council of Teachers of English

NH Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance

NH Teachers of Mathematics

NH Science Teachers Association

NH Council for the Social Studies

NH Association of World Language Teachers

NH Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

NH Society for Technology in Education




additional information
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Computer Donations from Federal Agencies

From time to time, the NHDOE receives donated computers from federal agencies for the purpose of distributing them to NH schools in need of additional equipment. Federal policy requires agencies to update their equipment every 3 years. Read more and see examples...



Last updated December 6, 2018