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Rewarding Research Data Management.

Schöpfel, J., & Azeroual, O. (2021).
Rewarding Research Data Management. In Manghi, P. et al. (Hrsg.), Proceedings of Sci-K 2021: 1st International Workshop on Scientific Knowledge Representation, Discovery, and Assessment, Apr 19 –23, 2021. Ljubljana, Slovenia: ACM, New York, NY, USA (online first).

Data Quality Strategy Selection in CRIS: Using a Hybrid Method of SWOT and BWM.

Azeroual, O., Ershadi, M. J., Azizi, A., Banihashemi, M., & Abadi, R. E. (2021).
Data Quality Strategy Selection in CRIS: Using a Hybrid Method of SWOT and BWM. Informatica - An International Journal of Computing and Informatics, 2021(45), 65-80. https://doi.org/10.31449/inf.v45i1.2995

Welches System für welchen Zweck? Abschluss der Reihe „Systemwahl“ und Ausblick.

Ebert, B., Tobias, R., & Biesenbender, S. (19. April 2021).
Welches System für welchen Zweck? Abschluss der Reihe „Systemwahl“ und Ausblick [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://blogs.tib.eu/wp/dini-ag-blog/2021/04/19/systemwahl-abschluss-und-ausblick/

Hochschulgovernance in Deutschland. Historische Entwicklungen und aktuelle Herausforderungen.

Oberschelp, A. (2021).
Hochschulgovernance in Deutschland. Historische Entwicklungen und aktuelle Herausforderungen. In P. Holderberg & C. Seipel (Hrsg.), Der wissenschaftliche Mittelbau - Arbeit, Hochschule, Demokratie (S. 82-103). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa.
Abstract

The article examines the development of university governance in Germany after 1945, distinguishing between the ordinariate and the group university as well as the university under the paradigm of the new governance model as stages of development. As a supplement to the classical periodization for West Germany, important aspects of the development of higher education in the GDR are addressed. The study is guided by the governance approach with its distinction of five central governance mechanisms based on the so-called "governance equalizer" (Schimank). The article concludes with an outlook on currently discussed perspectives of higher education development in Germany.

A Quantitative View of the Structure of Institutional Scientific Collaborations Using the Example of Berlin.

Akbaritabar, A. (2021).
A Quantitative View of the Structure of Institutional Scientific Collaborations Using the Example of Berlin. Quantitative Science Studies(1-24). https://doi.org/10.1162/qss_a_00131

Rejection and mutation of discourses in curriculum reforms: peace education(s) in Colombia and Germany.

Pineda, P., & Celis, J. (2021).
Rejection and mutation of discourses in curriculum reforms: peace education(s) in Colombia and Germany. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1-23.
Abstract

Through content analysis of policy documents, we seek to find out why the Colombian Congress established peace education (PE) as mandatory content across all educational levels in 2014 in a postwar phase, while the German Standing Conference of Ministers of Education rejected attempts to implement PE since the Cold War. Whereas the German school curriculum has maintained a strong disciplinary structure that leads to the rejection of the local version of PE developed in the Federal Republic of Germany, either as military indoctrination or critical pedagogy, Colombia’s curriculum based on classical education is now influenced by educational bstandards and citizenship education—both influences from the United States.

Mobile and Immobile Students’ Characteristics and Programme Choices.

Vögtle, E. (2021).
Mobile and Immobile Students’ Characteristics and Programme Choices. In Cairns, D. (Hrsg.), The Palgrave Handbook of Youth Mobility and Educational Migration (S. 247-259). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (online first). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-64235-8
Abstract

Numerous benefits have been associated with study-related experiences abroad such as employability, wage gains, and soft-skills. Thus, the topic of international student mobility is closely connected to issues of equity and access to higher education. This chapter places special emphasis on differences in mobility rates by gender, field of study, and type of higher education institution. Eurostudent data is used to analyse credit-seeking enrolment and it is distinguished between mobility organised in the realm of programmes and independently organised short-term mobility phases. The mobility patterns of students in Eurostudent countries are quite varied with regard to the extent and types of mobility undertaken.

Social Capital and Its Effect on Labour Market (Mis)match: Migrants’ Overqualification in Germany.

Kracke, N., & Klug, C. (2021).
Social Capital and Its Effect on Labour Market (Mis)match: Migrants’ Overqualification in Germany. Journal of International Migration and Integration (online first). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12134-021-00817-1

Selection criteria in professorial recruiting as indicators of institutional similarity? A comparison of German universities and universities of applied sciences.

Kleimann, B., & Hückstädt, M. (2021).
Selection criteria in professorial recruiting as indicators of institutional similarity? A comparison of German universities and universities of applied sciences. Quality in Higher Education (online first). https://doi.org/10.1080/13538322.2021.1889760

Selective Caching: A Persistent Memory Approach for Multi-Dimensional Index Structures.

Jibril, M. A., Götze, P., Broneske, D., & Sattler, K.-U. (2021).
Selective Caching: A Persistent Memory Approach for Multi-Dimensional Index Structures [Sonderheft]. Distributed and Parallel Databases (DAPD), 2021(1/21)(Special Issue on Self-Managing and Hardware-Optimized Database Systems 2020), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10619-021-07327-0

It’s worth the trouble. On valuation studies and climate change.

Frisch, T., Laser, S., Matthäus, S., & Schendzielorz, C. (2021).
It’s worth the trouble. On valuation studies and climate change. In: Engels, A. (Hrsg.), economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter22(2). economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, https://econsoc.mpifg.de/43390/03_Frisch-et-al_Econsoc-NL_22-2_March2021.pdf (Abgerufen am: 12.03.2021).

Processing Big Data with Apache Hadoop in the Current Challenging Era of COVID-19.

Azeroual, O., & Fabre, R. (2021).
Processing Big Data with Apache Hadoop in the Current Challenging Era of COVID-19. Big Data and Cognitive Computing, 2021(5), 12. https://doi.org/10.3390/bdcc5010012

SQLValidator – An Online Student Playground to Learn SQL.

Obionwu, V., Broneske, D., Hawlitschek, A., Köppen, V., & Saake, G. (2021).
SQLValidator – An Online Student Playground to Learn SQL. Datenbank-Spektrum, 2021 (online first). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13222-021-00372-0

(Wandel der) Bedarfe und Strategien für eine optimierte Anerkennungs- und Anrechnungspraxis.

Jaudzims, S. (1. März 2021).
(Wandel der) Bedarfe und Strategien für eine optimierte Anerkennungs- und Anrechnungspraxis [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://www.hrk-modus.de/austauschen/bedarfe-und-strategien/

Translating student evaluation of teaching: how discourse and cultural environments pressure rationalizing procedures.

Pineda, P., & Seidenschnur, T. (2021).
Translating student evaluation of teaching: how discourse and cultural environments pressure rationalizing procedures. Studies in Higher Education (online first).
Abstract

Based on our interviews with professors and administrators at 18 universities in three countries, we discuss how SET diffused in all the studied universities and how SET was translated and edited differently according to different sets of statements. SET diffused from the US, where it was initiated by students in the 1950s and later adopted by universities in the 1970s. German and Colombian universities only imported SET later, in the 2000s, and in the German public sector it is still not mandatory for all courses. SET gains legitimacy through different discourses, for instance, the discourse on the empowerment and rights of students. SET also connects to the discourse on increasing rationality that extends to the metrification of teaching.

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