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Tutor profile: Kathryn S.

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Kathryn S.
Research Librarian, former Associate Professor
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Subject: Study Skills

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What are critical thinking skills?

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Answer:

Critical thinking starts with curiosity, wanting to know more about an issue or question. Knowing how to research the issue, and identifying any biases that either you may have or that are evident in the sources you are using. Critical thinking does not mean criticism. It means applying an unbiased and informed approach to understanding a topic.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is Information Literacy?

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Information Literacy, simply, is the ability to read, write, and understand information. It involves using critical thinking skills to navigate through the huge amounts of information available to us. It also involves participating ethically in the discovery and sharing of new information.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the present continuous tense?

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The present continuous tense is used for actions that are in progress at the time of speaking or writing. For example, "He is running past the window."

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