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Research and Learning skills: Critical thinking

Quick tips

1. Develop an understanding of the content

2. Question facts and evidence presented

3. Look out for bias.

4. Make connections between ideas, authors' views and real life. 

5. Form your own opinions from the evidence

6. Reflect on your responses

Resources in the LRC

Thinking critically, Kanopy

Study Well - Critical Thinking, QUT

Education - Critical thinking, OnSide Learning

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