Unit 4 Quiz
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Introduction

Welcome to the Heritage University Library online tutorial.

This tutorial will show you how to use the resources the library offers. After you have finished it you should have a good idea where to look for different kinds of sources.

Please, start by answering the questions on this page. This is not a test, only a survey to help us understand what our students already know.

 

Information Literacy

This tutorial is the beginning of your journey towards information literacy. Information literacy is understanding how to find and how to use information to solve problems or meet needs in your life.

Problems can mean anything, from "I need to write this paper" to "I really want to know who directed The Hangover" to "There's an election and I need to decide who to vote for." Knowing how to find information, and how to tell good information from bad, will help you answer questions and solve problems, both during your time at Heritage, and in your life and career.

 

Assessment

Pre-Tutorial Assessment

This is a quiz to measure your knowledge of the library and information literacy. These questions help us better understand what you already know. YOU ARE NOT BEING GRADED ON YOUR ANSWERS.
Name *
Email *
1. Who is your instructor for this class? *
2. Which class and section are you in? *
3. The URL for the Heritage University Library is: *
www.heritage.edu/library
www.heritage.library.edu
http://libguides.heritage.edu/libraryhome
None of the above
4. If you want to find a book in the library, what should you do? *
Ask your instructor for help
Ask another student where it is
Look for it in our online catalog
Look for it in Google
5. What is a peer reviewed article?
An article my classmates have reviewed
An article the government has reviewed
An article that experts on the topic have reviewed
I don't know
6. You have to be in the library to search the library's databases. *
True
False
7. The only books you can get from the library are physical books you check out and take home. *
True
False
8. I found this citation: Reylan, J. (2005) "A Mystery Solved: The untold story of Apollo 14 and the mountain of dirty socks found on the Moon." New York, NY: Random House. The above citation is for a:
Journal Article
Book
Magazine Article
Website
9. Which of the following is plagiarism? *
Using someone else's exact words without giving credit
Using someone else's ideas without giving credit
Reusing a paper you wrote last year for one class this year for a different class
All of the above
1 & 2 only
1 & 3 only
None of the above
10. When deciding whether to use a website as a source, you need to evaluate it by which criteria? *
Authority
Credibility
Accuracy
Currency
Purpose
Some of the above
All of the above
None of the above
11. What is Google? *
An internet search engine
A library search engine
A database of everything that's been published
A collection of all human knowledge
12. Libraries organize their collections by putting books with the same ________ together. *
Author
Title
Subject
Color
Year

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