Films on Demand houses a collection of streaming video titles from both academic and mainstream producers such as Films for the Humanities and Sciences, PBS, A&E, History Channel, BBC, National Geographic, and others. Ranging in length from short clips to feature-length documentaries, this collection offers something for researchers in most academic programs and disciplines.
Learn the differences between critical and non-critical reading. Critical reading and thinking require participants to be active, skeptical, purposeful, and objective towards the source material.
This three-part series explains in detail three skills that are key to critical thinking: the ability to determine credibility, to assess the significance of evidence, and to know when to question assumptions.
This video highlights the critical thinking and logical reasoning skills necessary to analyze an argument and present a clear position on philosophical issues.
Dan Ariely does "research in behavioral economics and tries to explain it in plain language."
This video describes a five-step process to help people solve problems and make better decisions.
This webinar introduces the basics of critical thinking and its role in making better decisions.