InfoLit Jeopardy

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  • 1. Info Lit Style! Jeopardy
  • 2. 100 100 200 200 400 400 300 400 Info Literacy Define Need Find Info Evaluate Info 300 300 300 200 400 200 100 500 500 500 500 100 Harrison Resources APA & Plagiarism 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100
  • 3. InfoLit/1 Information Literacy is the ability to: A. Access & evaluate information sources B. Adhere to ethical practices when using information C. Determine the nature & extent of the information you need D. Use the information to communicate effectively E. All of the above E: All of the above!
  • 4. Define/1 What 5 Questions do research questions answer? Who, What, When, Where, Why!
  • 5. Find/1 AND, OR, and NOT are Called… (They are used to “string” searches together) Boolean Operators
  • 6. Eval/1 Name 3 things that a person should look for when Evaluating a source (Think of the Acronym I used – CRAAP) Currency – Relevance – Authority – Accuracy - Purpose
  • 7. InfoLit/2
    • Why is Information Literacy Important?
    • Develops critical thinking skills
    • Helps cope with large amounts of information
    • Helps students with study skills
    • All of the above
    D: All of the above!
  • 8. Define/2 A first-hand source, like an autobiography or a personal journal, is called what type of source? Primary Source
  • 9. Find/2
    • A book that contains facts, statistics, and other TRUE information is:
    • A. Fiction
    • A Dictionary
    • Non-Fiction
    • Primary
    Non-Fiction!
  • 10. Eval/2 A Journal that is written by experts, contains research, and is Peer reviewed is a ________ Scholarly or Peer Reviewed Journal
  • 11. InfoLit/3
    • Who Needs To Be Information Literate?
    • Students
    • Everyone
    • Teachers
    • Parents
    B: Everyone!
  • 12. Define/3
    • Concept Maps are Useful For:
    • Accessing information
    • Organizing thoughts & ideas
    • Avoiding plagiarism
    • Fair use
    B: Organizing Thoughts & Ideas
  • 13. Find/3 The LexisNexis Academic database contains what type(s) of information? Case Law & News – Also Business Information!
  • 14. Eval/3 A Journal that is written by specialists in a particular field, focuses on practical issues, and has no formal review process is a __________ Trade Publication
  • 15. InfoLit/4
    • Information Literacy Skills Are Useful In Which Situations?
    • Writing a Research Paper
    • Choosing the Best School For Your Child
    • Deciding on a Movie You Want To See
    • All of the Above
    D: All of the Above!
  • 16. Define/4 This Venn Diagram Represents Which Search String? Poetry NOT Children Poetry Children
  • 17. Find/4 An _______ is a collection of detailed articles on a wide range of subjects, often used to find background info. (Think Wikipedia) Encyclopedia!
  • 18. Eval/4 Name 2 reasons to search Academic Search Premier over Google Credible & Authoritative Information – Narrow by Subject
  • 19. InfoLit/5
    • Which of the Following is a Source of Information?
    • A. An article from an academic journal
    • Your next door neighbor
    • The nightly news
    • A book published 10 years ago
    • All of the above
    E: All of the above!
  • 20. Define/5
    • Put These Call Numbers in Order
    • A674.A88 2009
    • A814.2 .G78 2007
    • A425 .A46 2010
    • A718.5 .H14 2005
    • A425 .S3 L384 2009
    • And Name the Classification System
    C-E-A-D-B and Library of Congress
  • 21. Find/5 Name 3 characteristics of a Scholarly Journal Article Author Credentials – References – Abstract (Summary)
  • 22. Eval/5 How can you best search Google for credible & authoritative information? Narrow your search to .gov, .edu, .org
  • 23. HC/1 What is the web address for Harrison College’s LearningResourceCenter? http://harrison.libguides.com/lrc OR http://harrison.edu/lrc
  • 24. HC/2 What is the classification system that the Harrison College LRC uses? AND What is the name of the catalog? Library of Congress AND Polaris
  • 25. HC/3
    • If you need a book that your
    • LearningResourceCenter does not have:
    • You can request it directly from the author
    • You can order the item through interlibrary loan
    • You can buy the item from the library reference desk
    • You can forget about it!
    B: You can order the item through ILL!
  • 26. HC 4
    • Nonfiction books are arranged on
    • The shelves by:
      • Title
      • Publisher
      • Subject
      • Author
    C: Subject
  • 27. HC/5 When looking for helpful information sources for a Harrison program (CJ, Business, Allied Health, etc…), You would click the R_____G______ link on the LRC Ft Wayne website Research Guides
  • 28. Style/1 Harrison College uses what Citation style? APA style
  • 29. Style/2 Copying and pasting directly from a website, book, journal article, etc… is called ______ Plagiarism – Cite! Cite! Cite!
  • 30. Style/3 Which is the correct way to Format an in-text citation for a QUOTE? A. (Johnson, “Finding Facts,” p. 4). B. (Johnson, 2011, p. 4). C. (Johnson, 2010). D. (“Finding Facts,” 2010, p. 4). B: (Johnson, 2011, p. 4).
  • 31. Style/4 When citing a journal article for your references page, name all the parts of the citation that you will need. Author – Date – Title of article – Title of journal – vol – issue – pages – Retrieved from database
  • 32. Style/5 Name 5 different parts of a properly formatted APA paper. Title page – Header pg 1 – Header pg 2 – in-text - references
  • 33. Final What section should you always read on a website to evaluate it? About Us Section
  • 34. Final What type of sources are located in Credo Reference database? Encyclopedias – Dictionaries – Concept Map
  • 35. Final Which work has copyright protection? A. Ideas B. Facts C. The Pythagorean Theorem D. Drawings Drawings
  • 36. Final What is an annotation? A Summary
  • 37. Final What are the 5 steps to Information Literacy? Define the need – Find info – Evaluate Info – Organize Info – Communicate Info
  • 38. Final Class evaluations!!! Final is next Friday, same time! Remember, I won’t be here… But I’m rooting for you!!! If you did not turn in your final project today, you MUST e-mail it to me by Fri! https://survey.harrison.edu