Augustine Campus refocused our mission in and concentrated our efforts to developing the relationship between the University and organisations in Trinidad and Tobago with a view to creating synergies and driving change and economic development in our country. The Institute responds directly to a gap in the area of tailored executive development programmes specifically targeting those at the helm of organisations. Additionally, we assist organisations by providing tailored training and development workshops that will address performance gaps and improve productivity. It is our great hope to be the vehicle for strengthening local and regional institutions and helping with the charge to become globally competitive and innovative. We work with the wider UWI to revitalise Caribbean Development by becoming more Accessible, Aligned and Agile to address the needs — current and future — of our people.
6 Examples of Critical Thinking Skills
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Critical thinking skills allow you to understand and address situations based on all available facts and information. Typically, using critical thinking at work involves processing and organizing facts, data and other information to define a problem and develop effective solutions. You should include your strongest critical thinking skills on your resume and discuss them during interviews. In addition, you might consider setting goals and adopting practices to help you build the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in your job. Critical thinking is the act of analyzing facts to understand a problem or topic thoroughly.
Promoting Diversity in Libraries
A report from the Pew Research Center found that there are currently two camps when it comes to digital competency. These findings signal both a substantial problem and a significant opportunity: as more people are prepared to use technology productively as they enter adulthood, they will be better equipped to solve problems, think critically and enter new virtual spaces. When educators and school librarians highlight the significance of digital literacy in education for students of all ages, they build a new foundation for a generation of learners. Digital literacy, on its face, can be an intimidating concept.
Christina Do, Nicole Wilson-Rogers. N2 - In Australia, it is generally accepted that the role of legal education is to satisfy the academic requirements prescribed for admission to legal practice as a practitioner. As the nature of legal practice changes, legal education must adapt to meet the needs of the legal profession. Recently, the legal profession has seen substantial changes due to a significant growth in globalisation and advancement in technology. These changes have led the profession to hypothesise the role and purpose of lawyers in society moving into the future.