MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: DFG – Priority Programme “Education as a Lifelong Process” (SPP 1646)
Freitag, 21. Oktober 2016″Only little is known about education as a lifelong process and the cumulative and interactive impact of learning that occurs in multiple contexts over the life span. Since 2009 the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) – as one of the biggest longitudinal data collection endeavors in social science in Europa and even beyond − provides high-quality, nationally representative longitudinal data on educational careers and developing competencies as well as the conditions and outcomes of educational histories in Germany in scientific use files.
NEPS is set up as an open research infrastructure providing unique longitudinal data for educational research for the scientific community. The Priority Programme aims to foster widespread scientific use of the data and the research opportunities offered by the NEPS. This call is open to all interested researchers working on educational issues in Germany from all related disciplines in social sciences. Equal access to the data is granted for prospective applicants. Further information is available at the NEPS homepage (see below).
Submitted research projects should focus on one of the following themes:Substantive analyses utilising the NEPS database. This includes descriptions and analyses of educational transitions, careers, and competence developments over shorter and longer spans in the life course as well as all kinds of theory-driven studies on educational processes. […]Linking and analysing NEPS data together with other national and/or international data-sets in order to validate instruments and to conduct theory-driven (comparative) analyses. In particular, projects are welcome on cross-national or national comparisons of educational transitions or pathways and competence developments using data from various NEPS cohorts and other longitudinal studies. […]Addressing methodological issues relevant to the NEPS. Analyses of education as a lifelong process require advanced quantitative longitudinal methodology and suitable measurement instruments. The Priority Programme therefore invites projects which apply and further develop new methodology and techniques of longitudinal data analysis. […]”[…]
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(Quelle: DFG – Informationen für die Wissenschaft Nr. 63 | 10. Oktober 2016)