Leibniz Research Alliances and Networks
The Leibniz Association connects 96 independent research institutions that range in focus from the natural, engineering and environmental sciences via economics, spatial and social sciences to the humanities. DIPF has been a member of the Leibniz Association since the beginning and belongs to Section A – Humanities and Educational Research. DIPF is an active member in one Leibniz Research Alliance and one Leibniz Research Network.
Leibniz Educational Research Network (LERN)
The breadth and depth of the interdisciplinary scientific expertise of the Leibniz Research Network Educational Potentials on questions of formal, institutional and informal education is unique in Germany. The network has experts from educational science, ethnology, neuroscience, economics, political science, psychology, sociology, subject didactics as well as information science and computer science, who conduct research on all relevant facets of educational potentials. Together with more than a dozen other Leibniz institutes, the DIPF has joined forces to share and further develop expertise in this thematic area. The DIPF is responsible for coordinating the research network.
DIPF collaborates with more than a dozen Leibniz institutes to make use of this expertise and develop it further. The coordination of the Leibniz Educational Research Network (LERN) lies at DIPF.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Marcus Hasselhorn
Coordinator: Dr. Kathrin Weber-Rauland
Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science
The Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science is an association of more than 30 research and information infrastructure institutions from the Leibniz Association, university institutes and libraries, non-university-affiliated research institutions, and other partners. It is committed to the research and development of working methods, infrastructures, and tools of Open Science in the following three fields of action: (1) Research & Knowledge Transfer, (2) Infrastructure & Tools and (3) Advocacy & Community Building. The diversity of these institutions and the wide range of science disciplines and competencies make the alliance unique in the German-speaking region and worldwide.
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