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New publication reveals how teacher training is coordinated within German universities
Since 2000, HEIs have increasingly created dedicated coordination centres for teacher training. The fifth publication by Monitor Lehrerbildung, released today, provides an up-to-date overview of the resources and competencies these central structures have, as well as presenting real-life examples and possible developments.more

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21.01.2016 | Understanding and shaping change processes in the context of digitisation
The sustained incorporation of digital educational offerings into the real world of higher education institutions can only be achieved by applying major change processes. In a new publication by the Higher Education Forum on Digitisation, an investigation is made into the organisational requirements and options for introducing digital learning into teaching and study. The publications also provides information about how to specifically shape appropriate change processes with success.more

07.01.2016 | An overview: Distribution of digital learning scenarios in higher education
The spectrum of digitisation activities in higher education ranges from recordings of lectures on the internet to educational software and virtual reality offerings. A publication by the Higher Education Forum on Digitisation provides an overview of the distribution and potential of digitised learning scenarios.more

30.11.2015 | Computer Science Master’s ranking now online: students evaluate their HEIs
Brandenburg University of Technology, the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Passau University, OTH Regensburg and Reutlingen University gained several outstanding marks for their Computer Science Master’s programmes in the current online edition of the CHE University Ranking. In Austria, FH Joanneum and St. Pölten UAS were ranked highly. The evaluation was based on a survey conducted among Master’s studentsmore

25.11.2015 | Professor Dr. Ulrich Radtke from the University of Duisburg-Essen is University Manager of the Year 2015
The title “University Manager of the Year” is awarded by the CHE Centre for Higher Education in collaboration with the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT. The aim of the award is to pay tribute to managers of German higher education institutions who have shaped the success of their HEI with outstanding leadership and promoted far-reaching reforms. The award ceremony took place during the ZEIT conference “Hochschule & Bildung” in Berlin. Svenja Schulze, Minister of Innovation, Science and Research of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, delivered the laudatiomore


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An overview: Distribution of digital learning scenarios in higher education
The spectrum of digitisation activities in higher education ranges from recordings of lectures on the internet to educational software and virtual reality offerings. A publication by the Higher Education Forum on Digitisation provides an overview of the distribution and potential of digitised learning scenarios.more

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Higher Education Pact eight years on: Baden-Württemberg benefits most from growing student numbers
The upward trend in student enrolment in Germany continues. The number of first-year students increased by 43 per cent between 2005 and 2013. The majority of these additional students enrolled at HEIs in North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria. Universities of applied sciences and engineering have benefited in particular from this development.more

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Good dual study manual
The CHE Centre for Higher Education has just published a manual containing comprehensive strategies and instruments for developing quality in dual study programmes. The free downloadable online publication focuses on enhancing cooperation between the two learning locations – HEIs and companies – and on linking theory and practice in higher education. more

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New release: The digital revolution in education
One university uses a software that identifies which subjects are best for each individual student, including their expected final grades. Another higher education institution has halved drop-out rates from a maths course with a program that analyses what, how and at which speed each individual learns. A corporation requests its applicants to serve sushi in a virtual restaurant because the computer game predicts their professional success better than their degrees and CVs. In their new book “Die digitale Bildungsrevolution” (The digital revolution in education), Jörg Dräger and Ralph Müller-Eiselt demonstrate how the networked world will fundamentally change not only our education system, but also our societymore
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