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Creating Research Assignments that Build Critical Thinking

Presented for the Center for Teaching's Teaching at Vanderbilt Orientation by Melissa Mallon, Vanderbilt Libraries, Fall 2015

Melissa Mallon

on 12 April 2017

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Transcript of Creating Research Assignments that Build Critical Thinking

Creating Research Assignments that Build Critical Thinking
Melissa Mallon
Research +
Critical Thinking Connection

Tips for

Collaborate with librarians
Compare / contrast
research tools
Concept / argument
Poster sessions
More resources . . .
Director of Peabody Library /
Director of Liaison & Instruction Services
Vanderbilt University Libraries
Fall 2015
Problem solving & analytical thinking
21st century students
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Set clear
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Identify YOUR librarian
Instruction support
Focus on transferable skills
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Peer reviewed
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Study proposals
Policy implementation
Research timelines
Letter to the editor
Thoughtful questioning
Encourage communication
Be creative!
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(with reflections!)
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