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Inquiry-Based Learning from the Perspective of Universities of Applied Sciences

  • Margit SchollEmail author
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Abstract

Universities of applied science in Germany (Fachhochschulen) have a track record of success and are increasingly regarded as universities of applied research. However, they lack the right to award doctorates, have no non-professorial academic teaching staff, and, historically, their faculty members have had a very high teaching load.

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  1. 1.Technische Hochschule Wildau, Fachbereich Wirtschaft, Informatik, Recht, Professur für Wirtschafts- und VerwaltungsinformatikWildauGermany

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