How can OER enhance the position of less used languages on a global scale?

author: Gard Titlestad, International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)
published: June 23, 2014,   recorded: April 2014,   views: 1682
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ICDE and the LangOER network in partnership with the OCWC are organizing a workshop to be held as an open session 13:30 – 15:00 on Friday, 25 April:

How can OER enhance the position of less used languages on a global scale?

The event will deliver input to the assessment of the situation for open educational resource around the globe with particular reference to less used languages .

The session will focus on:

· What is the situation when it comes to OER and less used languages?

· What issues arise from that situation – and how could they be met?

· How can OER enhance the position of less used languages on a global scale?

· What policies are favourable to the uptake of quality OER and quality open educational practices in less used language communities?

The workshop will provide input to a working policy paper on OER and challenges and opportunities for less used languages in a global, European, Nordic and national perspective.

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