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Answer these questions to check your understanding of the Finding Information module.  You must complete 5 of the 6 questions correctly to pass.

Begin Assessment: R4S 2017 Module2 (6 Questions)
1
Which of the following statements is most accurate:
  Only those with authority are permitted to post to the Internet.
  Information in libraries is different than information from the free Internet because information is selected through a review process.
  Information on the free Internet is more reliable than information libraries because anyone can post to the Internet.
  Information on the free Internet is only posted by authorities.
2
When should you use an Internet Search engine instead of a library database?
  You need a peer-reviewed journal article.
  You need information about an event that is happening today.
  You need information that as been reviewed for accuracy.
  You need accurate information on a topic from the past.
3
With one click ISearch lets users search multiple resources and databases that have been reviewed for accuracy.
  False
  True
4
Library databases include all of the following EXCEPT:
  abstracts and citations
  high quality resources
  Google results
  scholarly articles
5
The key to good searches is knowing your main topic and developing search terms and strategies.
  False
  True
6
Keywords are the words, phrases and terms used to describe the main concept of a research topic.
  False
  True
 

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