Assessment task 7.2 – Gathering information
You may feel comfortable with some methods of collecting information, such as browsing the Internet, but you may need more practice in interviewing and developing questionnaires. Whichever methods or tools you use to collect information, keep a record as you go. Do not gather any information not relevant to the brief provided by the organisation. Information must relate to research objectives or you'll overload the record system.
Practice collecting information by doing each of the tasks below. Using Microsoft Word write a brief description of how you went about locating the information and answer the questions. Once you have completed the report, upload it into Moodle for marking. Please use complete sentences; checking grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Question: When might you infringe copyright if you copy from the Internet?
Question: When was this book first published?