Die Pädagogischen Hochschulen in Baden-Württemberg und ihre Bibliotheken werden 45: Portrait eines Sonderwegs

Scheuble, Robert
September 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;sep/okt2007, Vol. 41 Issue 9/10, p995
Trade Publication
The article discusses schools of education in Baden Württemberg, Germany, the only province in which such colleges remain independent and have not been absorbed into local universities. A brief history of teacher education in Germany prior to the teachers' colleges is presented, as well as such colleges' founding, curricula, and merging into universities. The libraries of the teachers' college in Baden Württemberg are also discussed.


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