CCCC Library Review: Quiz
Student's Name (First & Last)
1. List two services offered by CCCC Libraries.
2. What are the names of two library resources that you can use to complete your assignment?
4. Type or copy and paste in your most successful search from today's session.
(Ex. Music AND "United States")
3. Were you able to find & e-mail yourself an article?
5. What is the difference between scholarly and popular articles?
Choose one answer
A. Scholarly articles are written by experts in their field (such as scholars and PhDs) and popular articles are written by non-experts (such as journalists and opinion columnists)
B. There is not much difference and both provide equally trustworthy information
C. Popular articles are short and meant to entertain or inform, while scholarly articles are longer and meant to share in-depth primary research
Both A & C
Both A & B
6. I am writing a paper for class to answer the question "How does post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affect dreams?" Which would be the best search to use in a library database?
Choose one answer
"How does post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affect dreams?"
how does ptsd affect dreams
post-traumatic stress disorder AND dreams
How can you narrow your search in a library database to get a smaller amount of results that are more relevant to what you're actually looking for?
A. Limit the publication date to the last ten years
B. Limit the academic disciplines you are searching in
C. Add more keywords to the search
D. Use fewer keywords in your search
A, B, & C
Name one way to get help in the library.
Which is the one way you CANNOT save an online article or book to access it later?
Download the article to your computer or USB/flash drive
Save to RefWorks/Flow, or another citation manager
Copy the URL from the search bar at the top of your browser
Email the article to yourself
7. Is anything unclear after today's library instruction session?
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