Pontic Greek brought to Greece in the 1920s and 1930s by immigrants from the Black Sea coast, which had been inhabited by Greeks since antiquity.
Built for learning the Pontic Greeks, globally! Use anytime, anywhere, on any device!
www.pon-edu.org can be accessed from anywhere in the world, with a default mobile-compatible interface and cross-browser compatibility, content is easily accessible and consistent across different web browsers and devices.
This not for profit distance learning educational institute is dedicated to these children brought up with the Pontian ideals make us proud we were born Pontian, giving us hope, courage and strength to fight for the next Years.
This project is well-supported:
By the UNESCO (Atlas of the world’s languages in danger
By an active international community, a team of dedicated full-time developers and the Pontic Greek founders, developers, and administrators
By the Pontian webpages www.e-pontos.gr & www.pontos-news.gr and other e-media websites.
Designed to support both teaching and learning, with multilingual capabilities and no linguistic limitations to learning online. Development guided by social constructionist pedagogy. With a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments, easy to use simple interface, drag-and-drop features, and well-documented resources, make Pontic Greek easy to learn and use.
It is provided freely as Open Source software platform, under the GNU General Public License. Committed to safeguarding data security and user privacy, security controls are constantly being updated and implemented in development processes and software to protect against unauthorized access, data loss and misuse, driven by open collaboration and great community support, continues to achieve rapid bug fixes and improvements, with major new releases and updates.
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