What kinds of
give crystallised facts about certain topics. Normally books
are reliable and carefully written compared with Internet
resources. The information cannot be updated so that you might
find old information. From articles in magazines you can find
information in a compact form about very specific topics.
From the Internet you can find lots of information with one
query - but you might not find reliable and relevant information!
No one is in charge of the Internet information quality. You
could use interviews in different ways: to find an expert
opinion, to get latest knowledge, to find out public opinions
etc. Radio and TV present news, current affairs programmes
and documentaries about a wide variety of topics. Making experiments
and observing phenomena might also give you valuable information.
to decide what kind of information sources could be useful
to find answers to the questions you have in mind.
In what kind of sources could you find information
on your chosen subject and the questions? Where could
you find information?
Our primary source of information will absolutely be
the Internet, since all the group members have access
to a computer and the Internet at home. The rest of
the material will be collected from books and journals
relating to this topic.