langOERIf you’re interested in accessibility of open educational resources (OERs), you might want to read this new report from LangOER on OERs in “less used languages.” This report covers 23 languages, including the target languages of the LangOER consortium: Dutch, Frisian, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish and Swedish. Their summary states:

The results illustrate the diverse landscape while identifying several challenging issues not yet tackled. In particular, we point out the need to identify quality indicators and issues of specific linguistic concern for further development. This discussion covers topics important for moving the field forward, such as policies, language barriers, multilingualism and the role of preparation of practitioners as well as practices.

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