LangOER Digital Showcase

LangOER’s Digital Showcase features all the valuable resources created during the 3 years of the project.

How can less used languages, including Regional and Minority languages, benefit from Open Educational Practices (OEP)? How can Open Educational Resources (OER) be shaped to foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe? What policies are favorable to the uptake of quality OER in less used language communities?

All the above questions have been considered is this section, offering a wide range of materials (including videos, handbooks, courses, policy briefs, papers…) divided into three main stakeholders: teachers, policy makers and experts.

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Teachers

Policy makers

Experts

 

FOR TEACHERS

 

The goal of this course is to provide a consistent training model that can easily be adapted to the contexts of less spoken languages, with due respect for their diversity and local characteristics.

All you need to know about open education resources (how to find, attribute and repurpose such materials).

90 activities and materials created by teachers participating in our teacher training sessions on Open Educational Resources. The resources range from memes, book trailers and various practices to Ted-based lessons.

Going Open with LangOER - Course

Going Open with LangOER - Handbook

LangOER Collection of educational resources

The aim is to help educators find and recognise Open Educational Resources and to teach them how to use them in creating their own OERs.

Contributions by the 3 winners of the LangOER prize.

eTwinning Online Seminar

LangOER prize winners

FOR POLICY MAKERS

 

Policy brief recognizing the importance for nations to adopt OER in their own language and suggesting policy recommendations  for the development of OER in Less Used Languages.

The LangOER project draft recommendations “Enabling Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Europe through OER” were presented during the conference, inaugurating two days of sharing good practices and discussions.

Set of recommendations aimed at supporting the enhancement of teaching and learning of less used languages through the development and use of Open Educational Resources.

Open education Resources in your Own language, in your Way

Final policy paper

Policy consultation

 

LangOER organized together with the Centre for OER and Language Learning in the US the webinar “Out in the Open, reaching for the stars: EU-US insights into Open Educational Practices for language education”.

Contributions by the 3 winners of the LangOER prize.

Results of an in-depth investigation and analysis of Open Educational Resources (OER) in 23 languages.

EU-US cooperation Webinar

LangOER prize winners

OER in less used languages: state of the art report

 

Series of interviews with experts on Open Educational Resources (OER) and Practices (OEP) for language learning, discussing opportunities and limitations of OER for language learning.

Open Education: Promoting Diversity for European Languages – Videos, presentations and other material from the conference.

Investigation of existing repositories and open learning sites mapping out what the OER picture looks like from a language learning perspective.

LangOER video interview series

Conference materials

Desktop research of OER

 

 

Seminar “Open Learning in Minority Languages: Chances and Perspectives”. This seminar Open took place on the 7th and 8th of October 2015 in Leeuwarden (Netherlands).

 

 

“Chances and Perspectives” Seminar

 

FOR EXPERTS

 

Collection of papers offering theoretical insights and empirical evidence on the fields of Open Education and Open Educational Resources (OER).

Web 2.0 public library sharing references and texts in the field of OER/OEP with emphasis in less used languages.

Contributions by the 3 winners of the LangOER prize.

Social dynamics in Open Educational Practice

Web 2.0 Library

LangOER prize winners

 

Results of an in-depth investigation and analysis of Open Educational Resources (OER) in 23 languages.

Series of interviews with experts on Open Educational Resources (OER) and Practices (OEP) for language learning, discussing opportunities and limitations of OER for language learning.

Open Education: Promoting Diversity for European Languages – Videos, presentations and other material from the conference.

OER in less used languages: state of the art report

LangOER video interview series

Conference materials

 

Investigation of existing repositories and open learning sites mapping out what the OER picture looks like from a language learning perspective.

Seminar “Open Learning in Minority Languages: Chances and Perspectives”. This seminar Open took place on the 7th and 8th of October 2015 in Leeuwarden (Netherlands).

Desktop research of OER

“Chances and Perspectives” Seminar

 

Other useful resources may be found here.

 
 
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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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