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Critical thinking and Information Literacy: Christopher Dwyer's Critical Thinking

Information Literacy and Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking -- Christopher P. Dwyer

Critical thinking is a metacognitive process that, through purposeful, self-regulatory reflective judgment, consists of a number of subskills and dispositions that, when used appropriately, increases the chances of producing a logical solution to a problem or a valid conclusion to an argument.

—Dwyer

 

Critical Thinking in the 21st Century: The New Knowledge Economy & E-Learning by Christopher Dwyer