What do you know about information literacy? Do you suppose you have the knowledge to pass this quiz? Information literacy is the skills necessary to identify, reclaim, and coordinate, and evaluate evidence. All students must be taught to effectively achieve through research and a predominant component of higher education. Information literacy includes the ability to use data, as well. Take this quiz and see how much you understand about information literacy.
Purchase of books on request.
A book mailing service with postage paid both ways.
An online chat help service.
Proofreading of papers and presentations.
The Library doesn't have an online search.
The Library only has books, while Google searches everything available online.
The Library provides access to screened, reliable resources, while Google searches whatever is free online.
I have to go to the Library to use their information, while Google can be accessed from anywhere.
Organic Food 101
Assume the Library doesn’t have anything on my topic.
Try the search again with only the key terms "China," "United States," and "economy."
Try the search again and add more search terms.
Navigation, structure, and format.
Layout, graphics, and publisher.
Bias, integrity, and cost.
Authority, purpose, and currency.
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