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 Learn More
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. Learn more
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.