Focus Study: Mathematics and Driving : Research Skills
- Some websites leave out information they don't want you to think about.
- Some websites give you obviously biased information.
- Some websites give unbiased information because they are NOT trying to make money out of readers.
- Some websites contain information in graphical OR table format which you need to be able to interpret for yourself.
- You should use the ANZ NewStand database to find newspaper articles.
- You can use Ctrl F (or Command F) to find specific keywords in a webpage OR a web document.
- Reliable information provided by governments can be found by limiting your search to the government domain using site:.gov
- One way to EVALUATE a web document is to check when it was published. This tells you how up to date the information in it is.
Another way to EVALUATE a web document is to check who wrote it.
FSDr1 Costs of purchase and insurance
FSDr2 Running costs and depreciation