This course addresses key professional competencies for teachers of languages, developing their skills and confidence in preparing and presenting authentic and student centred learning activities across a range of language teaching contexts. Informed by a New Literacies approach, the course employs Web2 and digital tools to support the development of teachers' contemporary understandings and creative practices in relation to representations of language and culture. Exploring global and transnational contexts and voices, participants employ Web2 tools, and hand-held technologies to becoming creators and users of Open Education Resources for language teaching. The course is suitable for postgraduates with experience and interest in language teaching and/or linguistics and for researchers with a focus upon language, digital media and critical and cultural theories. Participants will create and curate digital knowledge artefacts for language learning in authentic contexts. No prior experience in Information and Communication Technologies is necessary, but students will need access to a mobile phone or tablet with sound and camera, and to download free apps for audio and image editing. Web2 tools including Facebook and Twitter will be employed, and assessment tasks will include creating and curating Open Education Resources for language teaching. Students will be invited to share assignments via a Creative Commons License for re-use in the public arena.