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UNIT 1 research evidence

the our stage cycle of evidencing
by

David Fourie

on 28 May 2010

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Transcript of UNIT 1 research evidence

Step 1 Step 2 Step 4 Step 3 Perform searches using your favourite search engine Record any information required for later Save any websites you use in your favourites Record the websites you use in your bibliography You must provide evidence of how
you have searched for information.

Search for information using a search engine of your choice.

Screenprint the search and results page from your search and paste it into "1 My Searching Evidence"

Explain your search criteria and the results underneath You will need the information to create a newsletter. Save text and images in a word document.
Copy and paste the text



Save the text and images in "2 My Information"



Record the URL underneath each item
While on a web page

Select "Favourites" -> "Add to Favourites" Save the websites in your Internet Explorer Favourites.

Using the table provided in "4 Bibliography"

Record a summary of the information you have taken from the website

Record the URL of the website (www.bbc.co.uk)

Record the date that you went on that website Record the websites in a bibliography

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