Learning and teaching resources on the topic of critically evaluating information.
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|Resource title and description||Type|
|Critically appraising for antiracism: recognising racial bias in research|
This tutorial provides:
|Reading and critically analysing a journal article|
This tutorial will discuss how to read and critically analyse an academic journal article. This tutorial will:
|Gwerthuso’r dystiolaeth: darllen eich ffynonellau’n feirniadol|
Mae’r tiwtorial Xerte hwn, sydd ar gyfer disgyblion chweched dosbarth ac addysg bellach yn bennaf, yn canolbwyntio ar ddarllen gwybodaeth yn feirniadol i bennu hygrededd a dilysrwydd dadleuon. Mae’r tiwtorial hwn yn rhan o gyfres Gwerthuso’r Dystiolaeth a grëwyd i gefnogi ysgolion sy’n cefnogi Uwch Fagloriaeth Cymru.
|Critical reading and thinking|
A guide to help you apply critical reading and thinking strategies to your academic work. By working through this tutorial, you should be able to:
|Critical Appraisal – Identifying Study Design|
In order to critically appraise research, students need to be able to identify the study type they are appraising. This quiz can help to test understanding of the different types of study design.
|Critical appraisal – Identifying biases|
This short quiz tests a student's understanding of the different types of bias that can affect the reliability of research.
An interactive tutorial which teaches students how to think critically about research and research methodology. It gives students the opportunity to:
|Choosing quality sources for your academic work|
In this tutorial you will find information about how to evaluate information, read critically, and determine the credibility of the information you have found in order to select the most appropriate and reliable sources for your academic work.
|Understanding your assessment task|
This is a Xerte tutorial aimed at postgraduate taught level students. It covers:
When searching for information on a particular health question, the evidence pyramid will help with determining which pieces of evidence are the best quality. The evidence pyramid can be downloaded within an explanatory handout or as an image. It can accessed online via Xerte by following the View link.
|Evaluating the evidence: critically reading your sources|
This Xerte tutorial, aimed at 6th form and further education students, focuses on approaches to critically reading information to determine the credibility and validity of arguments. This tutorial is part of the Evaluating the Evidence Suite created to support schools offering the Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate.
|Evaluating the evidence: assessing the quality of your sources|
This Xerte tutorial, aimed at 6th form and further education students, focuses on techniques for assessing the quality of sources of information.
This tutorial is part of the Evaluating the Evidence suite created to support schools offering the Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate.
This tutorial is aimed at postgraduate taught level students. It covers:
|Evaluating information flowchart|
A flowchart that leads step by step through a process of evaluating information from websites.