Dec 6, 2015 1:19 PM

UNH wraps up online course on New Hampshire primary

The Associated Press

CONCORD — A free course about New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary has come to an end, though the material will remain online.

The six-week University of New Hampshire course included video lectures exploring how and why New Hampshire rose to its prominent position in the nominating calendar, the art of organizing and campaigning in New Hampshire, and the political landscape heading into the 2016 contest. A series of videos called "Faces of the Primary" introduced students to grassroots activists, campaign strategists and journalists who've played key roles over the years.

Saturday was the last day for those seeking a completion certificate or continuing education credit to finish the course's 13 quizzes, but the material itself will remain available online.

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