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The Department of German Studies has integrated research-related skills across its curriculum to help prepare majors for the senior capstone experience and to help majors and minors develop information literacy skills that are transferable to other classes and vital to all career paths. 

The German Studies Research Cycle

The German Studies Sequence of Research Skills


Vanchena, Lorie A., Trina Emler, Frances A. Devlin, Nina Vyatkina, Emily Arsenault, Andrea Meyertholen, and Ari Linden. “Integrating Research Skills into the German Studies Curriculum.” Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) Celebration of Teaching, Slawson Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 10 May 2019. Poster presentation.

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