Conference materials

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Welcome to the LangOER conference!

Cor van der Meer, Katerina Zourou, Jim Ayre


OER perspectives 1

Brief guidelines on how to share your expert opinion on a suitable policy ONLINE

Gard Titlestad


OER in practice 1


Cultural appropriation of open content

Małgorzata Kurek


Wikiwijs: from top down to bottom

Darco Jansen


"Small" languages –big achievements: communities engaged in Open Educational Practice

Katerina Zourou


TELL-OP Training Module

Julie Van de Vyver


OER in practice 2

Swedish teachers participating in collegial collaboration about OER

Linda Bradley


Lifelong learning of teachers and Open Education Resources: Lithuanian case

Vaiva Zuzevičiūtė


Good practice example for lesser language e-learning: the Arman/Aromanian language

Florentina Costea


OER perspectives 2

Policies for OER in regional and minority languages: are regional and minority languages side-lined?

Marit Bijlsma & Cor van der Meer


ECMI project on status of minority languages and languages rights in Europe

Zora Popova


Teaching regional or minority languages in Slovakia

Ľudovít Hajduk


The Greek speaking Minority Education in Istanbul: how open is it?

Eleni Sella


Sami Languages in Education: Comparative Case Study of Finland and Sweden

Madoka Hammine


The Basque language in education: from mono to multilingualism

Maria Luisa García Gurrutxaga


Update from EdReNe members

EdReNe Session

Elena Shulman



Nicole McNeilly


Update on the Jewish Heritage Network

Dov Winer


LRE Directory of OER Repositories

David Massart


Reform of the Danish public school

Bettina Lundgaard Hansen and Niklas Grønlund Lind


MOOCs for language learning and opportunities for OER


MOOCs for Language learning and Opportunities

Alastair Creelman


Creating communities in MOOCs "Safe bubbles in a sea of openness"

Alastair Creelman


The Case Study of the MOOC #Deu4Arab: A Practical Pronunciation Training for Syrian Learners of German

Anja Penßler-Beyer


New learners and new learning through a language MOOC: the Frisian case

Marit Bijlsma and Cornelis van der Meer


New networking opportunities for EdReNe members

New networking opportunities

Elina Megalou


Good practices for OER uptake

Pedagogy, technology and training for language learning and teaching: the ECML/ICT-REV Project

Pauline Ernest


The OER World Map as a tool to speed up the development of the European OER movement

Jan Neumann


Translation services for STEM OER: the Scientix approach

Àgueda Gras-Velázquez


The future of credentials for learning outcomes with OER and MOOCs

Svetlana Knyazeva


Open Educational Resources and Practices for Language Vitality: the Case of Latgalian

Sanita Lazdiņa & Ilga Šuplinska


Future actions for OER

Results of session – EdReNe

Elena Shulman


Short summary: "OER uptake for lesser-used languages"

Anne-Christin Tannhäuser


Session "OER in Practice"

Katerina Zourou


Highlights from open discussion on educators' involvement

Linda Bradley


Enhancement of LangOER project good practices

Małgorzata Kurek


LangOER (2014 – 2016) is a European network focused on enhancing the linguistic and cultural components of OER (open educational resources) by offering OER in less used languages and by enhancing sustainability through OER reuse.


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