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The difference between the a primary and a secondary information is that the primary source is like for example the first book that the author make but the secondary information is like copies of the book that have been edited to make it sounds more incredible.It shows that the primary is the original but the secondary is edited.
They are useful to us because both informations hold realistic facts that have been researched and written down so that we can know that what the information hold is true.
3. Reflect on the following questions and post them on your group's blog:a. What is the difference between Primary and Secondary types of information? When are they useful to us?Unedited, firsthand access to words, images, or objects created by persons directly involved in an activity or event or speaking directly for a group. E.g.physical evidence or eyewitness testimony in a court trial.b. What is the difference between Popular and Scholarly types of information? When are they useful to us? Popular articles (usually brief) are those that feature a variety of topics -- including news, sports, short stories, art, fashion, etc..Scholarly language is very technical, and article authors assume some scholarly background of the reader.c. What are the different formats of information?Printed Materials referenced and gathered from books and write (hardback and paperback books, periodicals, print-on-demand (POD) documents, manuscripts, correspondence, loose leaf materials, notes, brochures, etc.)Digital Digital materials are information materials that are stored in an electronic format on a hard drive, CD-ROM, or remote server. Examples of digital materials are: e-books, e-journals, e-course materials, e-databases, Web sites, e-print archives, or e-classes. These materials are accessed with a computer via the Internet. Audio/Video Materials collected using video (television, video recordings), audio (radio, audio recordings) tools presented in recorded tapes, CDs, audio-cassettes, reel to reel tapes, record albums, DVDs, videocassettes, audio books, etc.Multimedia Multimedia uses different types of video and audio (text, audio, graphics, animation, video, and interactivity). Multimedia also refers to different types computer media. A PowerPoint presentation is an example of a multimedia format.Microform: material that has been shrunken down to size and can only be seen under a microsvHuman Information collected from face–to-face or telephone communication and conversation or other personal communication (such as letters and e-mails, debates, dicussion).
a. What is the difference between Primary and Secondary types of information? When are they useful to us? b. What is the difference between Popular and Scholarly types of information? When are they useful to us? c. What are the different formats of information?a. A primary information is unedited like lab notes but secondary information is edited like the textbooks. A primary information can be interviews, speeches as these are information which are not edited and for speeches we directly hear it but A secondary information can be textbooks and newspapers as these are information which are edited and these can be based on the primary information. Primary information is most useful when we want to the exact thing that happened, for example a interview. Secondary information is most useful when we want to learn the facts, for example the textbooks.b. A popular information inform and entertain the general public while A scholarly information gives us research and academic information. A popular information can be magazines and entertainment books because they entertain the general public while A scholarly information can be textbook on maths as they provide us with academic information. A popular information is most useful when you want entertain yourself while a scholarly information is most useful when you want to learn something.c. Printed - hard and paper backsDigital - information stored in electronic formatAudio/Video - Information in television and radioMultimedia - Information created by using several different mediaMicroform - Information that have been photographed and their images reduced in size for easy storageHuman - Information gathered from face to face or telephone
Popular information is like facts being entertained by the group which is partly true but scholarly information is more like discussion and proven facts with the professional within this discipline subject.It is useful to us as it can show us how professional think differently from public,also giving us true 100% facts.
a. What is the difference between Primary and Secondary types of information? When are they useful to us? >Primary sources are uninterpreted information, secondary sources are interpreted and analysed information. They are useful t us during research or we are seeking some sort of information or knowledge to understand whether it's original or adapted.b. What is the difference between Popular and Scholarly types of information? When are they useful to us? >Popular types of information inform and entertain the general public while scholarly information gives us research and academic information. Popular sources are examples such as magazines while scholarly sources are examples such as journals.c. What are the different formats of information?>Printed - a hard/soft copy of printed materialsDigital - materials/sources stored electronically Audio/Video - recorded version of informationMultimedia - computed media informationMicroform - images of different sizes stored as visual informationHuman - information communicated physically or through faceless communication
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