Danish Institute for Upper Secondary Education (DIG)
The Danish Institute for Upper Secondary Education (colloquially known as DIG) was established by the University of Southern Denmark in 1998.

DIG carries out research on general pedagogics and subject oriented didactics in relation to upper secondary education.

DIG differs from other university departments in that it only offers postgraduate teaching. Our study programmes are named after five internationally acclaimed Danes who, in their own unique ways, have influenced the tradition and development of pedagogics and teaching in Denmark:

More information about DIG
In DIG's GYMNASIEPÆDAGOGIK nr. 37, "DIG - status med perspektiv", you can read more about the institute - in danish. You can also read more on the institutes homepage.

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Danish Institute for Upper Secondary Education (DIG)
Syddansk Universitet
Campusvej 55
5230 Odense M

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