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Kate Washington was so excited about the possibilities of her project. She stood in front of the community and explained the role of the stakeholders, the costs of the materials, and the potential income produced by the project. She was particularly enthusiastic when she spoke about the new day care center. Still, for some reason, the audience seemed restless and uninterested. Having no idea what was making them uncomfortable, she hurried to reach her conclusion and ended her speech. A few members of the audience left grumbling, and one of her listeners came up to the podium to ask a question. As soon as Kate answered the question, she realized, to her embarrassment, what had happened.
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Kate had made the humiliating error of quoting inaccurate information. A coworker had given her data that Kate didn t check. The only thing that the data was missing was a zero, but that little zero made a huge difference in her ndings. All of the conclusions she had drawn were based on the number with the missing zero. She was so embarrassed. The data you use to support ideas is critical to your success. Its accuracy, the credibility of your source, its relevance, and the way you present the data all contribute to your credibility. Think of the politician who makes a compelling campaign speech that leaves you wondering where she got her facts. They just don t ring true to you. When we question the accuracy of a politician s talk, a CEO s report, or a teacher s lecture, we start to question their credibility. You have an ethical obligation to yourself and the audience to be accurate and fair in your presentation.
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Information. Data. Opinions. Facts. The amount of information available today is overwhelming. How do you choose what to include and what to ignore When you nd something you re not sure you want to mention, ask yourself these questions: How does this support my purpose Is it from a credible source Will including this material help lead logically to my conclusion Two hints help you begin to gather information from various sources: 1. Start with the most current sources, and work back in time. This shows you the current thinking on the ideas you re researching and prevents you from pursuing dead ends. 2. Research general information on your topic, and work to the speci c. The general information gives you good background to prepare your speci c points.
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Bonus Point
Keep a folder of clippings and Web links that you may someday use to support a talk. Label the folders by topic so they will be easy to retrieve.
Sources of Information
Finding lots of data is not as dif cult as nding valid data. The worlds of information and opinion merge on the Internet. In general, academic sources as well as wikis and medical journals are valid sources. You ll need to vet the sources before quoting them as fact. You can nd data in many sources, including personal experience, the Internet, library, newspapers, magazines, databases, members of an organization, corporate publications, blogs, and many more. The key is to not to nd the most information available, but to nd the best information available.
Speaking of . . . Primary and Secondary Resources
A primary source is rsthand, unedited information. This can appear in the form of words, images, or objects generated at or near the time of the event being studied. A secondary source is interpreted, edited, or summarized information from the primary source.
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Where would we be without Google The search engine has become so popular that it s now treated as a verb: I googled it is how most people say they nd much of their information. If you have never looked at the instructions for using Google, check out http://www.googleguide.com for great tips on getting the results you want. There are other good search engines as well, and I recommend that you use more than one when gathering information, since they return results in slightly different ways. Warning! You must verify the information you get online. Just because something is posted online does not mean that it s accurate!
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