New! Playlists in multiple languages on Organic Farm Knowledge’s YouTube
The Organic Farm Knowledge platform attaches great importance to making its content accessible in several languages and is working on this a lot. Recently, the platform’s YouTube Channel has been launched and is constantly being improved.
Now it offers playlists in several European languages. Content is now sorted both by theme and by language to help users find the content they are looking for in their native tongue. Videos are available in 20 different languages already, and the chances are very high that there is also video content in your native speech!
Furthermore, practice abstracts on the platform will be converted to HTML versions so that they can be automatically translated into different European languages in the future.
We invite you to browse the Organic Farm Knowledge YouTube channel for content in your own language. To stay up to date and to be informed about new tools on the platform you can subscribe to the Organic Farm Knowledge newsletter and follow the Organic Farm knowledge platform on Facebook and Twitter for news and events.
Learn more about Organic Farm Knowledge at www.organic-farmknowledge.org.
A video introducing the Organic Farm Knowledge platform was created to learn more about the platform and better understand its offerings and wide range of tools for organic farming. The video is already available in English, Italian, German, Estonian, Greek and Dutch. More languages will follow!
Organic Farm Knowledge was originally set up by ICROFS (International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems) in the framework of the OK-Net Arable project. It is currently being developed further by the project OK-Net EcoFeed. Both projects are coordinated by IFOAM Organics Europe and are funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The third core partner of the Organic Farm Knowledge platform is FiBL (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture).
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Organic Farm Knowledge is a product of OK-Net Arable and OK-Net EcoFeed. These projects have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements No. 652654 and No. 773911 respectively. The information contained within this platform only reflects the author’s view. The Research Executive Agency is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided.