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LangOER recommendations to the EU commission

Thank you in advance sharing your expert opinion on the LangOER recommendations level one "EU commission" Below you are invited to do 4 things:

1) Add a "pro" argument:
- to the recommendation(s) that are/is crucial to support the teaching and learning of and in lesser used / regional & minority languages in Europe and consequently inclusion and quality education for all?

2) Add a "con" argument:
- to the recommendation(s) you disagree with and explain why
- to the recommendation that you feel are not self-explicatory and/or would need to be presented differently to convince and explain how (what should by specified)?

3) Add a new idea to share a recommendation, you would like to see included.

4) Vote for the recommendations you support by clicking on the "Vote" box on the right of the respective line.

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1.3 Organise calls for proposals with action lines addressing specific issues highlighted in the recommendations including research that provides evidence on OER impact and benefits.
by LangOER team
 
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Elina, Astrid Leeb, Susanne and 1 more

1.1 Revitalise the commitment to OER that it expressed in Opening Up Education, with a particular focus on OER in LUL as a means of maintaining cultural and linguistic diversity.
by LangOER team
 
Absolutely. The Commission seem to neglect this priority, or to consider it as secondary.
 
Member states made a commitment to promote social integration through fostering inclusive soci... more
by Marit Bijlsma
3
Christer Gundersen
Katerina
Marit Bijlsma
1.6 Support R&D on translation from English and other world languages to LUL.
by LangOER team
 
It is hard to understand why there are not simple EC funding instruments to make this happen!
 
I see translation, contextualisation and localisation rather as hands-on activity (rather than R&... more
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
 
Rather, facilitate / finance crowdsourcing platforms where communities themselves can translate m... more
by Marit Bijlsma
2
Jim Ayre
Katerina
1.4 Facilitate support and knowledge sharing for cross-country and global initiatives.
by LangOER team
 
More specific: Organize cooperation workshops between RML educational stakeholders + majority lan... more
by Anne-Christin Tannhäuser
1
1
Actannhauser
1.2 Organise pan-European peer learning opportunities for governmental decision makers on the recommendations.
by LangOER team
1
Katerina
1.5 Have dialogue with quality assurance agencies (ENQA etc.) on OER, their role and responsibility related to OER.
by LangOER team
 
I think it is also important to find ways to directly fund teachers as well as agencies involved ... more
by Jim Ayre
1
 
it may be that a quality assurance agency may not be the most suited body to do QA. There are sev... more
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luisa

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Tue, Feb 20, 2018

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