How is ION Organized?

In order to become truly global as a network, and to provide multiple onramps for engagement with serving oral learners, ION's activity is organized into Regional Orality Communities, Gateways, and Pathways.

  • What are Regional Orality Communities?

    12 regional communities which are interdisciplinary in nature and geographically defined

  • What are Gateways?

    7 affinity areas around which we associate together to learn and collaborate, defined generally by discipline or sphere of influence. These gateways may be active at a local, national, regional, and international level to allow anyone, anywhere to engage with serving oral learners.

  • What are pathways?

    Multiple avenues for serving among specific target groups (destinations), functionally or demographically defined. Pathways will be visible under each Gateway as they emerge.

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