PF 082417

PF 082417

50  Research Questions - 082417
1. What is the third step in the research process
A. Organize your information
B. Evaluate your source
C. Cite your sources
D. Find a retrieve material
2. To find a relatively broad unbiased overview of a subject in a specific field of study it would be best to consult a
A. Social media
B. Subject specific encyclopedia
C. Wikipedia
D. Biographical resources
3. An example of an almanac is
A.old farmers
B. Roget’s
C. National atlas of the united state
D. World book
4. What is the fourth step in the research process
A. Organize your information
B. Find and retrieve materials
C. Cites your source
D. Evaluates your sources
5. Which of the following research question will yield the broadest result
A. Does food need to be handled and prepared differently for children’s that are five then for those that are two. How.
B. What kind presentation techiniques and tricks can be used to encourage a child to eat healthy foods.
C. How do I learn more about food safety in terms of children’s.
D. What are the consequences of not following proper sanitation requirements.
6. Periodical indexes contain
A. Printed list of dictionaries almanacs, and encyclopedias organized in a way that used to easily locate source for reference reasearch on a particular topic
B. Directories of books referenced in a course on biology
C. Information published in printed periodicals prior to the mind 1980 and early 1990
7. The five steps of research consist of
A. Choosing and refining your topic finding and retrieving materials, evaluating source, organizing information and citing source.
B. Choosing a website, choosing a topic, looking at your textbook, asking your instructor for direction and citing source.
C. Choosing your topic doing a web search doing a Wikipedia search performing a booolean search and making a bobliography
8. Next channels ( CNN, fox, MWBC, Local new) are best used for
A. Biographical information
B. Statistical information
C. Original quotes, ideas, videos recordings
9. Asking the research question “What sources will help me meet those requirements and purpose” helps you to
A. Define the purpose of the project to assist you in keeping clear goals in mind
B. Understand what sources you need such as secondary, primary, scholarly or popular resources
C. Understand basic information concerning your topic of choice
10. The U.S. Bureau of economic analysis is an example of a/an
A. Almanac
B. Trade journal
C. Directory
11. Which of the following symbols might you use when doing a truncation search?
A. the asterisk (*).
B. the ampersand (&).
C. the hyphen (-).
D. the percent sign (%).
12. As long as you have a library card, you can access
A. public libraries, college libraries, and local libraries.
B. WorldCat and The Library of Congress and borrow interlibrary loan materials from them.
C. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, London Times, LA Times, and The Chicago Tribuneand view and print full text articles from each of them.
D. online databases, place holds on materials, provide the library with purchasing suggestions for future materials, and request resources via interlibrary loan.
Which of the following options are available under “Filters” in Expanded Academic ASAP?
A. Only full text, only peer- reviewed, must have dates of publication
B. Only peer-reviewed, only images, only dates of publication
C. Only dates of publication, only images, only page count
D. Only full text, peer reviewed, contains images

An automated spider does the following:
A. Matches entries to the databases when searches are conducted
B. Systemically browse websites and build lists of words
C. Displays pages that are sorted and ranked.
E. Locates pages containing words.
All of the following are aspects of the search process except
A. automated spiders "crawl" websites and build lists of keywords.
B. select information is sent to the search engine's database to be indexed.
C. pages containing the searched-for words are located.
E. users vote on the relevance of the source, which affects whether it will appear in future searches.
In Expanded Academic ASAP and other periodical databases, it's best to put your exact phrase in
A. between asterisks.
B. quotation marks.
C. parentheses.
D. between dashes.
The search engine Bing offers
A. more than 100,000 sources from universities, the government, and noncommercial providers.
B. different results gleaned from URLs and tags for different subjects searched.
C. searches across library catalogs, newspapers, journal articles, and the Web.
D. related search ideas and search suggestions as you type in the search bar, as well as various search options.

Google Scholar is best used for
A. providing advanced search options, preference settings, and search suggestions.
B. a scholarly index of Web resources selected by librarians and academic professionals.
C. scholarly resources, including articles and theses that span countless disciplines.
D. doing Google searches for research.

At Penn Foster, Expanded Academic ASAP is
A. Penn Foster's Community website referencing student posts and course materials.
B. Penn Foster's Student Portal providing course materials, exams, and grades.
C. Penn Foster's Digital Library reference and research section.
D. One of Penn Foster's electronic databases.

An example of a plain language search is
A. How do I get a passport?
B. Pass* Port*
C. Passport AND Immigration
D. Pass NOT port
24 Aug 2017, 11:00 AM
Which of the following questions do you not need to ask in order to help determine the suitability of a source?
A. "How many images are included in this source?"
B. "What are the source's bibliographic citations?"
C. "How long ago was the source created?"
D. "Why was the source created?"

Sponsored links are the same as
A. nonprofit organizations.
B. social media websites.
C. government websites.
D. paid advertisements.

What is Google’s approximate current search market share?
A. 80.52%
B. 38%
C. 94%
D. 42%
Which of the following is an online library?
A. Dogpile
B. iSEEK Education
C. RefSeek
D. WorldCat

The top-level domain name of .gov indicates that the website is
A. commercial.
B. nonprofit.
C. government-related.
D. educational.
True or false? A site with academic sources is more reliable than a site that sources opinion pieces?
A. True
B. Depends.
C. Sometimes.
D. False

A website that was updated two years ago is probably
A. less reliable.
B. still up to date.
C. more reliable.
D. as reliable as any other website.

NoodleTools is a website that
A. provides medical terminology definitions.
B. enables students to create authentic noodles.
C. provides educational tools, software, and information for students.
D. arranges other websites in a clear and concise order.

In Expanded Academic ASAP, choosing only peer-reviewed articles indicates that you'll
A. be able to access and clip the article.
B. see only articles containing information that has been evaluated and verified by experts in a field.
C. see return hits that pertain only to academic journals.
D. see articles that are accompanied with photographs, diagrams, charts, and other visuals.

Easy Bib and Cite This For Me are examples of online
A. sources for APA and MLA.
B. sources for the American Chemical Society.
C. bibliographies of the American Psychological Association.
D. bibliographic generators.
An annotated bibliography is defined as
A. an alphabetical list of sources arranged according to dates and times.
B. an alphabetical list of sources arranged according to publication title.
C. an alphabetical list arranged by source type (e.g., magazine, newspaper, book).
D. an alphabetical list of sources arranged according to a citation style and followed by a summary of the content.

Fair use is defined as
A. an exemption to the copyright law under which an individual, in certain circumstances, is allowed to make a single copy of an article or portions of a book for personal study and research.
B. an exemption of the patent law that permits individuals to market and sell a product created by another person or company.
C. an exemption to the copyright law that allows someone to reproduce a logo of a company to print on their own business cards.
D. an exemption of the intellectual property law that permits duplication of media for marketing and resale purposes.

The correct term for the list of sources in APA format is
A. Works Cited.
B. Bibliography Page.
C. References.
D. Citations Page.
35. Plagiarism is defined as
A. using material in your paper that is classified as fair use, even if citations are included.
B. using common knowledge in your work.
C. dishonestly using another person's ideas or finished work as your own without giving credit for the source.
D. properly using quotations and citations in your finished work.

Organizing your research helps you to
A. create an alphabetical list of information.
B. quickly find useful sites again, cite your sources properly, and avoid plagiarism.
C. get your point across to your audience.
D. evaluate your sources as you read.
A logo would need
A. a trademark.
B. a copyright.
C. proof of fair use.
D. a patent.
A research journal can help you keep notes
A. from a single source together with the required citation information.
B. from multiple sources arranged according to the date they were accessed.
C. for your bibliography arranged according to pages.
D. on notecards arranged according to author.
It’s ok to use materials without referencing them as long as they’re paraphrased in your own words.
A. Depends
B. False
C. Sometimes
D. True

In Lesson 3 of Information Literacy, you learned about
A. Google Scholar, I-Seek, and Ref Seek.
B. secondary sources, primary sources, and web crawlers.
C. cut-and-paste, paraphrasing, and self-plagiarism.
D. reliable websites, search engines, and databases.

. What is the correct definition of a paraphrase?
A. Borrowed information restated in your own words and sentence structure
B. The author's words or ideas verbatim in quotation marks with a citation
C. Summarized version of a longer idea in a source
D. General knowledge that doesn't need to be cited
A bibliography is necessary because it provides a method for
A. using a bibliographic generator.
B. your readers to find your sources for themselves.
C. organizing your research journal.
D. keeping track of what sources you don't want to use in your research project.
. Examples of plagiarism include
A. sentences cut and pasted from a website without attribution.
B. a paraphrase followed by a page reference.
C. a quotation followed by a parenthetical citation.
D. footnotes that provide bibliographic information.

A Writers Reference and The Little, Brown Compact Handbook can:
A. provide instruction on Information Literacy, the definition of information, bibliographies for business programs and instructions for exams.
B. provide free online style guides on the use of APA, MLA, Chicago style and Purdue citation methods.
C. provide instruction in all areas of writing, from the writing process to research methods to citation and documentation.
D. provide complete bibliographies for different content areas.

What is the style for introducing a direct quote in APA?
A. Don't use any identifying information in the paper or project.
B. Use a signal phrase, along with the year of publication in parentheses.
C. Use a signal phrase with only the author's name in parentheses.
D. Use a signal phrase with the publication name and date accessed in parentheses.

Which of the following sentences is true?
A. Patents protect symbols, a word or phrase, and names used by a particular company that represent the company or a product.
B. Even if the information has been restated in your own words and sentence structure, you still need to use a citation.
C. Plagiarism doesn't include paraphrasing someone else's words without giving proper credit.
D. Fair use permits an individual to make multiple copies of a periodical article for other people.
What is the definition of intellectual property?
A. A collection of ideas presented to academic scholars pertaining to a specific subject
B. Any original thought, regardless if it's been expressed or developed into a tangible creation
C. An idea, invention, or process that derives from the work of the mind or intellect
D. All scientific and artistic works and ideas that officially register for one-year protection with the government

“I do not need to use a citation if I paraphrase because I put it in my own words.”
Why is this statement inappropriate?
A. If you put the information in your own words a citation is not always needed.
B. Citations are always optional unless you cut and paste.
C. Even if the information has been restated in your own words and sentence structure, if you're reworking someone else's ideas, you still need to use citations.
D. Citing is okay, but not for paraphrasing.
Some information that should be included on a note card to help you organize your research should be
A. author, title, journal, date, and Web address.
B. type of summary, date, and bibliography generator.
C. bibliography generator, citation format, and type of summary.
D. fair use, patent, and citation format.
APA style is generally used in which fields of study?
A. Social science disciplines, such as sociology, psychology, economics, and nutrition
B. Literature, history, and anthropology
C. Humanities-related areas such as literature, composition, fine arts, and communications
D. Science disciplines, such as chemistry, biochemistry, and engineering

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