Internationale Gesellschaft für historische und systematische Schulbuch- und Bildungsmedienforschung (IGSBi)
International Society for Historical and Systematic Research on Textbooks and Educational media
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1997, as Internationale Gesellschaft für historische und systematische Schulbuchforschung -- International Society for Historical and Systematic Research On Schoolbooks. Current title adopted 2013.
Further interdisciplinary, historical and systematic research on textbooks and educational media on a large scale; bring its importance to public attention; offer researchers, also young scientists, the opportunity to apply single investigations more efficiently to each other and discuss them in an international context; inspire a dialogue about educational media between researchers, authors and publishers, teachers, pupils and the interested public.Available with paid subscription only.
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