Information Literacy Quiz

15 Questions  I  By Edsadowski on April 19, 2009
this quiz determines how well you are able to research information using the library. if you are taking this quiz as part of your class, print out or e-mail the passing certificate to your instructor. feel free to take this quiz as often as you want until you pass IT. select the single best answer to each question. for comments or questions, contact [email protected] 

  
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1.   Which of the following best describes “information literacy”?
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2.  To find what books a library has, you use a
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3.  To find materials on the shelf in the library, you need the
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4.  The library catalog provides call numbers for
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5.  To locate a book with literary criticisms or biography of Edgar Allan Poe in the library, you perform which search?
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6.  To locate good journal articles on a topic, the best way to start is to use a
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7.  Which is NOT true about scholarly journals
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8.  Peer-reviewed journal articles are
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9.   Which of the following is NOT part of a citation?
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10.  A common citation style to be used by students for English classes is
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11.  An article abstract is
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12.   Which of the following would NOT be considered a primary source material?
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13.  With the Library of Congress (LC) classification system you can pinpoint locations of books or just browse on the shelves, using call numbers to arrange books by
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14.  Plagiarism is
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15.   Which of the following is NOT true of the reference collection in a library
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