Flashcards in LO.2 Deck (15)
2.1 Information styles
- Animated Graphic
- Braille Text
- Tactile Images
- Tables and Spreadsheets
- Charts and Graphs
2.2 Information Classification
- partially anonymised
- completely anonymised
2.3 Quality of information
- Importance of good quality information
- Consequences of poor information
- Reputation damage
2.4 Information management
- Collecting, Sorting, Retrieving
- Manipulating and processing
- Impact on individuals
What are the characteristics of information
- Fit for Purpose
What is anonymised data?
It is where data is taken out that links it to a person or organisation that doesn't want to be known for it, but the information is still there.
What are the two types of sensitive information?
Personal and Business
What is Non-Sensitive information?
It is information that is already known by the public
What are Share holders?
People who have an interest in an organisation and invest money into it
Give some examples of data representation
- Pie Charts
What's the difference between confidential and classified?
Classified is only known by governments or special organisations where a confidential is data which falls under the data protection act
What are the stages of the information management process
4. Manipulating & Processing
7. Transmitting & Communicating
What are the 7 Principles of the information management process?
1. Information is a valued asset
2. Information is managed
3. fit for purpose
4. Information is standardised and link able
5. Information is reused
6. Public information is published
7. Citizens and businesses can access information about themselves
State the side effects of poor quality information
- Poor Reputation
- Legal Consequences (misinformation)
- Loss of customers