Why become a DGWF member?

The DGWF and its members benefit from a strong network and the constant addition of new, competent experts. Are you responsible for continuing education or an employee of a university, teacher or private education provider? Then there are many good reasons for you to become an institutional or personal member of the DGWF. Together, we use our synergies to expand and further develop the field of continuing education at universities and distance learning in terms of quality and quantity.

Strong institutional network

By working with the DGWF, you enjoy the benefits of a strong institutional network. Co-operations enable progress in research work or the development and provision of joint projects and educational programmes.

By networking with other universities, training centres and individuals, you benefit from a broadly diversified network of expertise. Gain inspiration, learn about new perspectives and utilise the expertise of our members for your own projects.

Consolidate your position within your institution

By collaborating with institutional and personal members of the DGWF, you can draw on the experience and knowledge of other experts when developing academic theses or new educational programmes. This enables you to better represent your interests within the university and across universities.

Exchange with members of the organisation

You benefit from regional and content-related dialogue with other members. As part of the large annual conference and other events as well as the regular meetings of the DGWF working groups and regional groups, which are open to all members, you will gain an insight into the current positions, discourse and best practices of other continuing education and distance learning providers.

If you are interested: Contact Monica

Dr. Monica Bravo Granström Geschäftsführerin der Akademie für wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung der Pädagogischen Hochschule Weingarten

Dr. Monica Bravo Granström

Geschäftsführerin der Akademie für wissenschaftliche Weiterb…