The German Migration Research Network (GMRN) offers a teaching-learning approach to the history of migration from Germany and Austria to Australia and the United States.
The project, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), acts as a continuation of the international German Migration to Missouri digital courses. The GMRN originates from a collaboration of the Universität Hamburg, the University of Missouri–Kansas City, the Indiana University–Purdue University, the University of Vienna, and the Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
The GMRN courses are hosted on the homepage of the Hamburg Open Online University and – starting in summer of 2022 – provide Open Educational Resources for synchronous and asynchronous learning-teaching modules. The GMRN courses are tuition-free and open to the public. Participants receive written confirmation of the skills and knowledge acquired during the courses.
Talk about, learn about, and research German and Austrian migration history to the United States and Australia.