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Fall2016Vol.18No.4

Integrating Evidence: The STIRS Approach

The Scientific Thinking and Integrative Reasoning Skills (STIRS) framework has been developed, used, and revised as part of the LEAP Challenge leading to capstone and Signature Work. This issue focuses on the AAC&U's STIRS framework, which is designed to guide the development of curriculum in evidence-based thinking. The STIRS project has been developed as an exemplar of integrative liberal education

Table of Contents
From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey

Analysis

Richard K. Riegelman, The George Washington University

Kathy Wolfe, Nebraska Wesleyan and AAC&U

Practice

Jennifer S. Stanford, Drexel University; Loren Byrne, Roger Williams University; and Katherine Hunting, The George Washington University

Seth Anthony, Oregon Institute of Technology; Wesley Barker, Mercer University; Tami Carmichael, University of North Dakota; Catherine Pride, Middlesex
Community College; and Ryan J. Zerr, University of North Dakota

Research

Jennifer S. Stanford, Drexel University; Tami Carmichael, University of North Dakota; Ryan J. Zerr, University of North Dakota; Loren Byrne, Roger Williams University; Richard K. Riegelman, The George Washington University

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