This assessment may cover five categories: Develop Topic; Identify Potential Sources; Develop, Use and Revise Search Strategies; Evaluate Sources and Information; Recognize How to Use Information Responsibly, Ethically and Legally.
Last Updated: May 24, 2017
You are assigned to read a book about a real person. Which would you select?
For social studies you are assigned to research a person. Which resource will not help you in your research?
A subscription database is a collection of articles, usually from journals and magazines, whose content is organized and reviewed by information professionals. Which of the following is a subscription database?
You need to find information about a disease for a brochure you are going to write for science. Which approach should you take to find the information you need?
You need to find information about a wildfire that occurred last week. Which of these sources would have the most recent information?
Which of the following indicates that the website you have selected for use for your research may not be useful to you?
The Google search engine is an example of a database that your school pays for with a subscription.
You are arguing in favor of school uniforms for your oral communications class. You need to research the topic using a subscription database. Which database should you select?
Your research question is: How does exposure to smoking affect children who have asthma?
Which of the following is NOT a key word you would use to research this question in a database?