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Public launch of the various project results with the aim to encourage other schools and GLAMs to take up the WikiWomen programme.
Official launch OWL+ tools and advises for educators’ continuing professional development in rural areas and/or minority language communities (exact dates t.b.a.).
Sharing first versions of projects tools with the aim to gather feedback and encourage educators to make use of OWL+ tools (exact dates t.b.a.).
The 19th ICML will be held at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in 2023 (20-24 June, 2023).
The LANGSCAPE & ENROPE Online Colloquium will be a space for presenting and discussing on-going research and teaching projects related to plurilingualism and education.
Mercator (NL), the Endangered Languages Archive (DE), and CIDLeS (PT) cordially invite you to join the conference on Minority Languages in the City in Leeuwarden.
LANGSCAPE & ENROPE, of which Mercator is part, invite early-career researchers to explore multilingual teaching practices with them in Berlin.
This (online) talk is part of the Joint Seminar on Cross-Germanic Linguistics/ Séminaire Tournant de Linguistique Intergermanique.
Talk by Dr Ruth Kircher (Mercator/ Fryske Akademy) - 'New speakers' attitudes towards West Frisian: Implications for language planning' (closed session)
We are delighted to announce that this year's Mercator Multilingualism Lecture will be given by Prof Jean-Marc Dewaele (Birkbeck, University of London).
Mercator researcher Ruth Kircher will talk (online) about 'Language attitudes and ideologies amongst new speakers of West Frisian' (closed session).
The team behind the Global Citizenship and Multilingual Competences project gathers at the University of Newcastle for a meeting.
Mercator researcher Cor van der Meer gives a guest lecture about sociolinguistics and minority languages for the Master students Multilingualism (not open to public).
The Afûk/ Mercator WikiWomen team runs 4 workshops for students from Comenius Mariënburg on digi-sources and the gender gap on Wikipedia (not open to public).
Dr Jelske Dijkstra and Ydwine Scarse (Fryske Akademy/ Mercator) deliver a lecture on Frisian at the alumni evening of the University of Groningen.
Mercator researcher Ruth Kircher gives a guest lecture as part of the university's course 'Multilingualism: The Case of Frisian' (not open to public).
Jelske Dijkstra (Fryske Akademy): 'Speakaboo: sustainable and inclusive speech therapy screening of speech development in multilingual children (3-6 years)'
Our (former) researcher Helga Kuipers-Zandberg wil present her report 'Accessibility for regional or minority languages to EU programmes' on behalf of Mercator/ Fryske Akademy.
2-day Transnational Partner Meeting from the consortium behind the Erasmus+ project 'Ownership and Leadership (OWL+): Pathways for (Endangered) Languages’ Use' in School'.