Your Research Material folder should contain evidence of your research and planning. This is a simple task that should be completed as you perform your research: there really is no excuse for not having at least 10 files of different kinds. It should be filled with:
- PDF copies of all the websites you used (in Chrome, use the keyboard keystroke combination
CNTRL+Pto “print” the entire webpage as a PDF).
- If one of your sources is a PDF, download and save it here.
- If you use a book or other printed material as a resource, you must scan at least the cover and the page with the details of the author, publisher, etc., and save them here.
- If one of your sources is a sound-clip (recording of an interview), save it here.
- If you made notes during an interview, scan them in, and save them here.
- Any planning — mindmaps, sketches, or notes scribbled on a scrap of paper — can be scanned and saved here
- You can even scan all your completed questionnaires and save them digitally!
Don’t forget to create links from the report document to these resources, or even embed these resources in your report document, where appropriate.
If you used a digital form such as a Google Form to create your questionnaire, you should provide evidence of this here as well.