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  1. Critical Thinking in Research (SCIE40001) — The University of ...

    This subject will provide students with an opportunity to develop some critical thinking skills that are required for a variety of research activities. These skills will be gained from discussions, and critical evaluations, of some recently published research papers. In their written submissions, students will be required to write succinctly ...

  2. Developing writing skills for graduate research

    Write to think. Writing shapes and refines. your thinking. A sort of. gym for the intellect. Writing deepens insight into ideas and information, reveals gaps and creates opportunities to refine expression. Writing down your ideas regularly helps you to not only record them for later use but also process them into new knowledge, freeing up ...

  3. Academic Skills : Current Students : The University of Melbourne

    Critical thinking The skill of critical thinking is central to academic success. All of us think critically every day, but university academic expectations may be different from those you may be used to. We will explore how to apply critical thinking skills to your studies, especially when reading and writing. 27 Feb Repeated on: 18 Mar 26 Mar

  4. Critical and Creative Thinking (PHIL90021) — The University ...

    demonstrate effective critical and creative thinking and the application of these forms of thinking to the workplace; demonstrate the ability to undertake effective independent research; and conduct all activities in an ethical and responsible manner, demonstrating high levels of acadmic integrity.

  5. Critical Thinking with Analytics (MAST90130) — The University ...

    Email: continuing-education@unimelb.edu.au. Phone: + 61 3 8344 0149. Monday to Friday 8am to 9pm AEST/AEDT. Weekends and University of Melbourne observed Public Holidays 10am to 5pm AEST/AEDT. Please refer to the LMS for up-to-date subject information, including assessment and participation requirements, for subjects being offered in 2020.

  6. Use this sheet to help you - Library

    like assertions and are really arguments in disguise (see Study and Research Helpsheet: Critical Thinking 2) Some writing is so jumbled and difficult to read that the arguments get lost in the process. It is your job as a student to make your arguments, and the arguments of others, very clear. Presenting an academic argument involves several ...