Effects of Computers on Human Health

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PERSONAL PORRTFOLIO
NAME: ABRAHM
SURNAME: MOGALE
ID#:201003244

GROUP: F

GEC 112(SCIENCE)

2011

PLAN OF ACTION
I plan on meeting up with my group members and helping them come up with a topic to research on. The problem we pick must be of main concern to the global community, that is to say researching on these problem and coming up with solution, may help get rid of the communities problem.

TITLE OF RESEARCH
Effects of computers on the health of Ub students

METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION
I used literature review and field research which is done by giving out questionaire to students as a method of data collection which I found best suited for the type of research topic we chose.

Minutes of meeting attended
Day| Agenda| Attendance| Minutes|
10 February 2011| Election of a group leader and Secretary.Chosing of posible topics to be reserched.| All members present| Kevin Wilson elected group leader, Abraham Mogale elected Secretary. * Efffects Of computers On The health of Ub students * How chemical weapons cause more harm than good to people| 15 February 2011| Choosing of a topic.Assign individual tasks to members.Select methods of data collection to be used| All members present| Efffects Of computers on the health of ub students was choosen as the topic.Data will be collected through the use of Interviews, surfing the internet, book reading and observation by watching video’s.kevin assigned to find out the Definition of major terms.terrance assigned task of finding the effects of use of prolonged use of computersAbrahm assigned the role of finding ways in which the effects can be reduced or stoped| 20 February 2011| Progress report made by individual members in their assigned tasks.Picking of a date for an interview with the students| All members present| All members are on schedule with their tasks.Members fail to agree whether they should or should not use the interview method as it has proven to be...
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