ICDE Secretary General presents on 'Enhancement of cultural and linguistic variety through OER'

 
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The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

The LangOER project has been contributing to the promotion of learning and teaching of less used European languages by linking them to the global challenges of Open Education. 

Today, a LangOER webinar was held where key stakeholders were invited to help finalise 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.

The final recommendations to be published at the end of this year will provide a clear roadmap for how policy makers, the European Commission and institutions can work to overcome barriers to OER uptake and foster linguistic and cultural diversity in Europe.

View ICDE's contribution here

More information on LangOER

 
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