Organic.Lingua is aiming to enhance an existing Web portal (http://www.organic-edunet.eu) with educational content on Organic Agriculture (OA) and Agroecology (AE), introducing automated multi-lingual services that will further support the uptake of the portal from its targeted audiences, facilitate the multilingual features of the portal, and further extend its geographical and linguistic coverage.
You can contribute to Organic.Edunet by providing educational resources in organic agriculture and agroecology.
Are you able to provide an OAI-PMH compliant repository where your resources are stored?
If yes, go to http://portal.organic-edunet.eu/en/#/feedback and send us the OAI repository URL. It is also important to tell us if all the resources are learning resources that match with the fields of organic agriculture and agroecology. After the analysis of your metadata completion, you will be contacted back by our content management team. No development (or very few ones) will be required from your side.
Agro-Know and the University of Alcala will organize the Organic.Lingua Online Workshop "Best practices and tools for multilingual online services" on Thursday, the 27th of March (15:00 - 17:00 CET). The event aimes at presenting the multilingual technologies produced in the context of the Organic.Lingua project & the framework applied to transform the Organic.Edunet portal into a truly multilingual service, and their potential to be used in other online services.
On February 6th, Organic.Lingua, Agro-Know Technologies and the University of Alcala organized the Final Organic.Lingua workshop, which took place in Rome (Italy), at the premises of Citta dell'Altra Economia. The event was a great opportunity to expose the outcomes of the Organic.Lingua project to a wide audience and to explore the options for a follow-up project supported by Horizon2020.
Spread the word!
Organic.Lingua invites you to participate at the Public Open Trial of the Organic.Edunet portal. You can test its new multilingual services and help us improve it by filling in a short survey.
The Public Trial will take place between Saturday, the 1st of February and Monday, the 10th of February 2014. Suggestions on how to use the portal can be accessed by following this link.