Information Literacy lesson 2
1. Which search engine offers scholarly resources, including articles and theses, that span countless
B. Academic Index
C. Google Scholar
2. The different document types available within EDSeek (Expanded Academic ASAP) include
A. full text, peer-reviewed, and images.
B. articles, reports, brief articles, author abstracts, letters to editors, and more.
C. publication titles, publication types, and audio selections.
D. magazines, academic journals, books, and newspapers.
A. identifies the search engine along with its results and offers both Web-wide searches and a wide variety of specialty search
B. offers more than 42,000 free ebooks with expired U.S. copyrights in various formats.
C. provides advanced search options, preference settings, and search suggestions.
D. searches across multiple U.S. federal government databases, articles, and citations.
4. The best way to access EDSeek (Expanded Academic ASAP) is to
A. log into your Penn Foster Student Portal Page and click on the Library Services Button on the right sidebar.
B. log onto your Penn Foster Student Portal and choose the Information Literacy course.
C. perform an Internet search for “EDSeek database.”
D. perform a search engine search for “EDSeek” and choose from the list of hits.
5. Examples of common search engines used for research include
A. Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
B. EDSeek, Reader’s Guide, and Dogpile.
C. Outlook, Internet Explorer, and Chrome.
D. Open Library, Project Gutenberg, and The Internet Public Library.
6. Using a plus (+) sign before a keyword search indicates that
A. it’s a mandatory word that must be found in the search.
B. you’re eliminating a word from your search results.
C. you’re adding a new term to your search.
D. it’s an optional term within your search.
7. In EDSeek (Expanded Academic ASAP), choosing only peer-reviewed articles indicates that you’ll
A. be able to access and clip the article.
B. see articles that are accompanied with photographs, diagrams, charts, and other visuals.
C. see return hits that pertain only to academic journals.
D. see only articles containing information that has been evaluated and verified by experts in a field.
8. Within EDSeek (Expanded Academic ASAP), you’ll begin your search by choosing to search by
A. keyword, publication title, and abstract.
B. report, subject, and brief article.
C. keyword, subject, or publication title.
D. full text, images, and number of pages
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Information Literacy was first posted on March 8, 2020 at 4:57 pm.
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