Ownership and Leadership: Pathway for (Endangered) Languages’ Use in School

Author: katharina

  • 1st OWL+ event!

    OWL+ will have its first event on 2-3 April 2023  Rēzekne, Latvia. Organised and hosted by our partners from Rēzeknes Tehnoloģiju akadēmija, we will share updates about the e-learning platform and units on Latgalian, Mirandese, South Saami and West Frisian. We will collect feedback from the participants about the usability and contents and of the […]

  • Participate in our OWL+ survey!

    Do you teach Frisian, Latgalian, Mirandese, South Saami or another endangered language? Then please take a few minutes to participate in our OWL+ survey! We want to create a module on an e-learning platform providing information on different minority languages and showing best practices for teaching a minority language, with examples from different language backgrounds, […]

  • Interact with us on social media!

    Find us on Twitter @OWLplus_eu and join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/owlpluseu. With the Facebook group we want to keep you updated on the project’s progress and offer a space in which educators can exchange their ideas and impressions of the OWL+ tools and their general experiences teaching (in) a under-resourced language.   We hope […]

  • 26-27/09/2022 Second OWL+ transnational project meeting

    Next to our monthly online meetings, the OWL+ team meets two times a year in person. On September 26 and 27 we will have our second in person meeting in Tallinn, hosted by our partners at Tallinn University. We will discuss the project’s progress and prepare the next steps for the following months.  

  • 15/09/2022 OWL+ at Conference on Frisian Humanities (NL)

    From 14.-16. September 2022, the 2nd Conference on Frisian Humanities will take place in Ljouwert (Leeuwarden, the Netherlands). The conference’ focus is on the resilience of Frisian language and culture, and explores the question ‘What challenges do minority languages face nowadays, and how can these challenges be met?’. In the afternoon on 15. September our […]