Critical thinking and writing
At university you will need to think critically about the information you have found – questioning assumptions, evaluating evidence and comparing hypotheses.
Advice and tutorials
- How to write critically online workbook: Critical writing, thinking and reading? Find out how to build an argument and put your thoughts into writing.
- How to get started and improve your critical writing reading list: Suggested further reading which will help you to develop your critical writing skills.
We also offer critical writing workshops.
View study skills workshops on the Events Diary
Search the library
You can do your own library search from the Library website or use the suggested search below:
- Search for books about critical thinking: The search results will list a number of books (and e-books) that you may find useful.
Library study skills support
From making notes to structuring your writing, to searching the library effectively or the UWE Bristol Research Repository, we offer a number of study skills events to students which take place across all UWE Bristol campuses.Library study skills support
College study support
Many colleges may provide appointments, workshops or one-to-one sessions tailored to your subject.College study support
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