The LangOERN

Series of free webinars will explore Open Educational Resources

The LangOER project team will hold a series of five free webinars over March, April and May, with the first to be held on 25 March at 2pm CET.

Conducted by experts in the field, the webinars will explore Open Educational Resources and how they can enrich teaching and learning practice.


Introduction to OER and the open learning platform
25 March, 2pm-2.45pm CET
Marit Bijlsma, Mercator Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning / Fryske Akademy (Netherlands)

OER and best-practice examples
2 April, 2pm-2.45pm CET
Ebba Ossiannilsson, Lund University (Sweden)

A step-by-step approach to apply OER in your own teaching context
15 April, 2pm-2.45pm CET
Robert Schuwer, Fontys Higher Education (Netherlands)

OER and licensing: What you need to know
23 April, 2pm-2.45pm CET
Lisette Kalshoven, Kennisland/Creative Commons (Netherlands)
Chair: Valentina Garoia, European Schoolnet (Belgium)

How to store and share your own created material
13 May, 2pm-2.45pm CET
Elena Schulman, European Schoolnet (Belgium)

Register now!

To register for the free webinars, email your name and school/institution

The LangOER project

The LangOER project will run for three years (2014-2016) and aims to explore OER for Less Used Languages. LangOER consists of nine project partners, including ICDE, and is supported by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme. For more information about the project, visit the LangOER website.