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1. In Expanded Academic ASAP and other periodical databases, it’s best to put your exact phrase in
A. between asterisks.
B. between dashes.
C. quotation marks.
D. parentheses.
Question 2 of 20 :
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2. Boolean operators do not include
A. and
B. with
C. or
D. not
Question 3 of 20 :
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3. Which of the following is an online library?
A. RefSeek
B. iSEEK Education
C. WorldCat
D. Dogpile
Question 4 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
4. Which of the following sources likely has the most reliable information?
A. An article in last month’s issue of a peer-reviewed trade journal
B. A graduate student’s blog that was updated ten months ago
C. A computer science textbook written by an expert in the field in the early 2000s
D. A company-sponsored website with detailed citations
Question 5 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
5. NoodleTools is a website that
A. provides medical terminology definitions.
B. provides educational tools, software, and information for students.
C. arranges other websites in a clear and concise order.
D. enables students to create authentic noodles.
Question 6 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
6. Using a minus (-) sign before a keyword search indicates that
A. it’s an optional term within your search.
B. you’re adding a word to your search.
C. The word following the “-” is to be excluded from search.
D. you’re adding a “+” and then a “-“ to refine the search.
Question 7 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
7. 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. “How long ago was the source created?”
C. “Why was the source created?”
D. “What are the source’s bibliographic citations?”
Question 8 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
8. At Penn Foster, Expanded Academic ASAP is
A. Penn Foster’s Student Portal providing course materials, exams, and grades.
B. Penn Foster’s Community website referencing student posts and course materials.
C. Penn Foster’s Digital Library reference and research section.
D. One of Penn Foster’s electronic databases.
Question 9 of 20 :
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9. Which search engine offers scholarly resources, including articles and theses, that span countless disciplines?
A. Bing
B. Google Scholar
C. Academic Index
D. RefSeek
Question 10 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
10. Which of the following symbols might you use when doing a truncation search?
A. the percent sign (%).
B. the ampersand (&).
C. the asterisk (*).
D. the hyphen (-).
Question 11 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
11. Examples of common search engines used for research include
A. Expanded Academic ASAP, Reader’s Guide and Dogpile
B. Google, Bing, Yahoo
C. Outlook, Internet Explorer, Chrome
D. Open Library, Project Gutenberg, The Internet Public Library
Question 12 of 20 :
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12. An example of a plain language search is
A. Pass* Port*
B. Passport AND Immigration
C. Pass NOT port
D. How do I get a passport?
Question 13 of 20 :
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13. Google Scholar is best used for
A. a scholarly index of Web resources selected by librarians and academic professionals.
B. providing advanced search options, preference settings, and search suggestions.
C. scholarly resources, including articles and theses that span countless disciplines.
D. doing Google searches for research.
Question 14 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
14. What is WorldCat?
A. An Internet archive that serves as a one-stop spot for research
B. An international database of libraries and their collections
C. A source for library and information professionals
D. A database of more than 72,000 documents for education professionals
Question 15 of 20 :
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15. What would you consult for a list of synonyms when doing a keyword search?
A. Journal article
B. Directory
C. Thesaurus
D. Database
Question 16 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
16. 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.
Question 17 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
17. Examples of metasearch engines include
A. Google Scholar, iSEEK, and Academic Index.
B. Search.com, Dogpile, and DuckDuckGo.
C. RefSeek, Internet Explorer, and Chrome.
D. Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
Question 18 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
18. Within Expanded Academic ASAP, you’ll begin your search by choosing to search by
A. keyword, publication title, and abstract.
B. Basic search, subject guide and publication search.
C. full text, images, and number of pages.
D. report, subject, and brief article.
Question 19 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
19. As long as you have a library card, you can access
A. WorldCat and The Library of Congress and borrow interlibrary loan materials from them.
B. online databases, place holds on materials, provide the library with purchasing suggestions for future materials, and request resources via interlibrary loan.
C. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, London Times, LA Times, and The Chicago Tribune and view and print full text articles from each of them.
D. public libraries, college libraries, and local libraries.
Question 20 of 20 :
Select the best answer for the question.
20. Which of the following questions should you ask to help determine the suitability of a source?
A. “Are there any images?”
B. “Who authored the source?”
C. “Why was this source not in a database?”
D. “How many pages does this source have?”

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