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  1. This short pdf published by the Institute for Academic Development at the University of Edinburgh summarises the difference between academic critical writing distinguished from writing for presentation or explanation. It provides guidelines and ideas on how to to improve critical writing in your disciplinary area of study.
    http://www.docs.hss.ed.ac.uk/iad/Post...l_approach_to_learning_v2June2016.pdf
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  2. These page published by the Institute for Academic Development at the University of Edinburgh explains what critical thinking means and why its important for academic study. The page includes links to valuable resources.
    http://www.ed.ac.uk/institute-academi...te/taught/learning-resources/critical
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  3. In this short video published by MindToolsVideos the presenter describes four guidelines for building effective teams. Specifically 1) Defining goals 2) Getting the right people 3) Conducting needs assessment and 4) Understanding individual motivation.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxh5jgQlKrs
    Tags: , , , by Wayne Mackintosh (2016-11-29)
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  4. The resource suggests three foundations for high performance teams and provides 5 generic tips for leading high performance teams.
    http://www.leadershipthoughts.com/5-tips-for-leading-high-performance-teams
    Tags: , , by Wayne Mackintosh (2016-11-29)
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  5. Although developed for secondary school, this video provides an excellent summary illustrating the mind-mapping technique.
    https://youtu.be/OYZg15DpLBU
    Tags: , , , by Wayne Mackintosh (2016-11-10)
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  6. Step -by-step resource showing how to create a mind map by hand or using a computer. The resource includes pros and cons for using mind-mapping software.
    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Mind-Map
    Tags: , , by Wayne Mackintosh (2016-11-10)
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  7. An overview of the digital skills gap in the market place and summary of skills most relevant for working in a digital age
    https://youtu.be/QO-vnw1z2k8
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  8. A little dated (2013) but still a good list of basic digital skills to acquire before leaving university. The list is somewhat biased listing only proprietary software alternatives for these skills. Digital skills are not vendor or software dependant. For example, there are excellent opensource alternatives for basic photo and video editing.
    http://mashable.com/2013/05/06/digital-skills-college/#aOFaJtY61sqw
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  9. In this TEDxWarwick presentation, Doug Belshaw highlights the elements of digital literacies drawing on his doctoral reseach on digital and new literacies.
    https://youtu.be/A8yQPoTcZ78
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  10. This is the OERu tech blog where they talk about technology decisions and the implications for partners and learners...
    https://tech.oeru.org
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