Critical thinking is a necessary skill for academic work. This workshop will examine how to apply critical thinking and analysis to theses with particular emphasis on presenting clear, articulate and logical arguments. The workshop will discuss examples of fallacious and emotive academic writing, show effectively reasoned pieces and provide practical tips on strengthening arguments and eliminating hidden assumptions and logical fallacies.
Places are limited for the Critical Thinking Workshop as SKIP participants have first preference. Current SKIP participants should note that they do not need to separately register on CareerHub as their enrolment in this session is part of the SKIP program.
Due to the format of this workshop, video linking and zoom are not available. Participation is face to face only.
Presented by Dr Liz Tynan, Academic Support Coordinator, Graduate Research School
|Townsville||Friday 3 May 2019||10:00am to 1:00pm||17-151|
|Cairns||Wednesday 31 July 2019||9:00am to 12:00pm||D3-149|
|Townsville||Friday 11 October 2019||10:00am to 1:00pm||17-151|
Registrations open 6 weeks prior to the workshop date via CareerHub.
You can find information from the past sessions on the eGRS website in the Professional Development Program folder.