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Are you digitally savvy?
Digital skills are an essential part of your life as a student and beyond. For this reason, one of Charles Sturt University's Graduate Learning Outcomes focuses on digital literacy. How digitally literate are you? Can you participate, promote, and protect yourself online? Check out Your Digital Life to find out!
Study Skills Resources
Critical Thinking, Reading and Writing by Sylvan Barnet; Hugo Bedau; John O'Hara
The essay you have previously drafted now needs to be expanded and developed in order to submit 1500 words. This will incorporate feedback received about the previous version of your essay. The Marking Rubric contains the information you need to ensure your essay is satisfactory. There are details specified in the Subject outline about Presentation including the specific requirements for the Title Page and submission in Microsoft Word.