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The BIBB will be rigorously adhering to the "Open Access Model". This means that, from 2018 onwards, all BIBB publications will be made available on the institute's website for download free of charge in citation-friendly PDF format ("gold open access").
The paper published at the London School of Economics is the result of an international collaboration between Hilary Steedman (former member of BIBB's scientific advisory board) and researchers from BIBB. It's based on two comparative research projects conducted by BIBB researcher Philipp Grollmann.
Save the date: BIBB Congress on 7 and 8 June 2018 in Berlin
“Learning for the future: VET of tomorrow—experience innovations” is the motto of the congress. The congress will be simultaneously interpreted in English. Numerous VET experts from home and abroad are once again expected to attend. Online Registration will be available as of November/December 2017.
Since 1 September 2017, Prof. Dr. Hubert Ertl has been Deputy President and Head of Research of the BIBB. He regards the stronger strategic focus of research in the BIBB and its international networking as a particular challenge.
Vocational schools face challenges such as demographic change, digitalisation, and the trend towards higher school leaving qualifications. BIBB investigated the current situation of the learning venue and of the various approaches adopted in the federal states in a national comparison.
From April 2017, Dr. Silvia Annen (BIBB) will be commencing a two year research stay at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto. This is being funded by a research grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG).
The increase in the transition phase between school and training is mainly due to programmes supporting German language learning for young refugees and immigrants. The BIBB Data Report again provides a range of facts and figures on all areas of initial and continuing vocational education and training.
A nationwide shortage in nursing and healthcare professions could occur in the near future. In 2035 labour demand would outstrip supply by around 270,000 persons. A BIBB analysis based on projections also turns its attention to possible compensatory measures.