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Begin Assessment: R4S-Module3-6-self (5 Questions)
Which of the following statements is not true about scholarly articles?
  Scholarly articles are peer reviewed.
  Scholarly articles present original research or experiments.
  Scholarly articles are shorter overview articles.
  Scholarly articles are written by experts in the field.
What do you need to create and use RSS feeds?
  A browser with a RSS reader and content provided with XML code
  A paid subscription to a company that provides RSS content
  A current online newspaper subscription
You need information about a health issue. Which of these Internet sites would you use to obtain the information?
  A website article on the topic that was published a year ago by a university professor outlining the health issue.
  A website on the exact health topic; however the last update was three years ago.
  A website article on the topic that was published last month advertising a product to help with the health issue.
  A website article on the topic that was published last month on a university website by a professor studying the health issue.
School, public, college libraries and INFOhio are good places to look for databases with scholarly articles, primary source documents as well as popular and trade publications.
Zotero and Evernote are used for research projects. Which statement below is false?
  Evernote determines the most important information and highlights that for you.
  Evernote allows you to take notes and share them with other members of your project.
  Zotero will capture citation and full-text information
  Zotero allows you to easily reuse citations.
  Zotero allows you to share citations and notes with members of your project.

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