Developing Key Competencies for Sustainable Development in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Barth2007DevelopingKC,
  title={Developing Key Competencies for Sustainable Development in Higher Education},
  author={Matthias Barth and Jasmin Godemann and Marco Rieckmann and Ute Stoltenberg},
  year={2007}
}
Purpose – To date, little attention has been given to the circumstances in which developing key competencies for sustainable development may take place. Within higher education, the possibilities both of formal and informal learning and their relationship to competence development should be considered.Design/methodology/approach – Based on focus groups an explorative, qualitative study was designed, using different groups from formal and informal learning settings.Findings – The development of… 

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