What's happening in LangOER?

Webinar - Open Education: Promoting Diversity for European Languages – Consultation on policy recommendations - The aim of the webinar is to help finalise the project's draft recommendations that are aimed at supporting the enhancement of teaching and learning of less used languages through the development and use of Open Educational Resources.

LangOER conference ''Open education: promoting diversity for European languages''

In September 2016 LangOER will organize its final seminar, in cooperation with EdReNe, the Educational Repositories Network (Brussels, 26-27 September 2016).

LangOER will host a workshop about the use of open resources in STEM education at the EMINENT Conference in Barcelona on 19-20 November 2015. Read more about the conference.

OER in Greek language and how to reuse them. This workshop took place in Athens on 7 November, targeting teachers, researchers and academics, during the “8th International Conference in Open and Distance Learning 2015: Innovation and Research in Open & Distance Learning and in Information Communications Technology”. Read more.

Going Open with LangOER: Open Educational Resources and Practices in teaching

LangOER organised a workshop at the eTwinning Conference, which gathered more than 500 teachers in Brussels to explore the benefits of cooperative teaching (22-24 October 2015). Read more.

Seminar of the EdReNe project (Educational Repositories Network)

LangOER will organise the workshop  “Exploring the Landscape of Open Educational Practices” Copenhagen, October 20-21. View the agenda


Find information about all events here or on the LangOER calendar.


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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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