"Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes" said the famous professor and self-described social ecologist Peter Drucker.

The intention behind the IFHE Library is to bring new light and updated knowledge into our field of profession. This  library now holds more than 150 articles of general interest to our members. And it continues to grow...


How to use it:
The library should be quite easy and intuitive to use, but a few things could be said about the functionality:

When you access the Library-page, all themes (categories) are checked by default and all articles are listed below.  Articles are now listed in chronological order, according to the date they were published, with the newest on top.

By checking one of the themes, the library shows only the articles sorted under this specific theme. 
Click on one of articles in the list to get a preview with a short abstract, information about authors, source etc. To browse the full article, click on the blue download button. 

Use the search-function to find articles by authors, themes, phrases etc. The clear-button sets the library-page back to the state it was when you entered it.