Welcome at DIPF
The German Institute for International Educational Research supports educational research, educational practice, educational policy and educational administration on the basis of scientific Infrastructure services as well as research and educational system evaluations. As a member of the Leibniz Association, DIPF aligns fundamental research with innovative developmental work and its implementation to the benefit of society.
The "Developmental Psychology" group of the German Society for Psychology awards mentoring prize to the Executive Director of the Leibniz Institute
Current online dossier of the German Education Server on World Literacy Day
Joint Science Conference has decided to grant sustainable funding to the LOEWE center IDeA at the German Institute for International Educational Research
Current online publications by DIPF, TIB Hannover and iRights law highlight important aspects concerning Open Educational Resources
The German Education Server presents a dossier on the effective legal right to day-care for children aged one year and older
This year’s EARLI Conference, organised by the TUM School of Education, will be held from the 27th to 31st August at the TU Munich. The speeches, papers and posters as well as the organization of and participation in symposia of DIPF scientists are listed here.
At a symposium hosted by DIPF and TU Darmstadt, renowned experts offer insights into the interplay of computer science and education
DIPF and German Education Server make presentation of renowned educational researcher Professor Dr. Helmut Fend available on video.
The International Conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language Technology will be held in Darmstadt, Germany, on September 25–27, 2013. The conference is organized by the UKP Lab at Technische Universität Darmstadt and DIPF.
Newly published: findings from national supplementary analyses of PISA 2009
Springer book series Theory and Applications of Natural Language Processing
Social bookmarking platform edutags advertises OER material