After talking with members of the TLG volunteers (Teach Learn Georgia) when they come down from the mountains for the weekend, it looks like older volunteers (August 2013) could share what they have learned in the field with newer volunteers (March 2014) using our opensource code base called "Learn X" which makes it possible to create an Android App that one or many users can use to create their own language learning lessons together using their Androids to take video, picture or record audio, backed by the LingSync.org infrastructure for offline sync. Like heritage learners, TLG volunteers spend their time surrounded with the language and can understand more than they can speak, and what they speak about is highly dependant on their families and what their family speaks about most.
Georgian Together (ქართული ერთად) is part of a family of free open source LingSync.org apps. LingSync.org is a free tool for creating and maintaining a shared database for communities, linguists and language learners. LingSync's openendedness and confidentiality settings makes it easy for friends to create and share non-standard vocabularies. A lot of things can happen when you're in Georgia. Phrases like how to politely refuse refugee kids and other social phenomena that differ depending on your speaker population and village/town where you are staying can be a very important part of the language in use. In fact, there are many other contexts which won't be acknowledged or printed in any online grammar or second language materials, contexts which users can elect to hide from other users, or share with certain users depending on their comfort level.