Practicing College Learning Strategies 7th Edition By Carolyn H. Hopper – Test Bank
Test IV Using Library Resources
Staple your Birthday Sheet to the back of this test. It is worth 10 points (not bonus).
General Information about the library (1 point each)
Carefully read both lists below. Choose the item in the right column which best describes each item in the left column.
_L_____1. Scholarly(Academic) journals
A. Used to determine where to find information about famous people
_H_____2. Readers Guide B. Google, Bing, Yahoo
_D_____3. Bound Periodicals
C. Recent magazines, loose on shelves
_B_____4. Search Engines D. Older periodicals which are put together in book form
_J_____5. Call Number
E. Provides access to a wide range of news, business, legal, and reference information
_C_____6 Current Periodicals F. A brief summary of an article’s content
_I_____7. Dewey Decimal System G. Section of library where instructors put books or articles for students to read for class assignments
_K_____8. To access Lexis Nexis and other restricted databases off campus.
H. Used to find periodical articles before 1980
_E_____9. Lexis Nexis
I. Uses numbers and letters to group materials about the same subject and related subjects to make items easier to find on the shelves.
_G____10. Reserves J. Indicates location of a book in the library
_M___11. Microtext Area K. Type your pipeline username and email password
_F____12. Abstract L. Periodical with articles written by an expert in the field.
M. This section of the library holds original material such a government document, a book, a journal article, a newspaper, a photograph or something else. That item is photographed onto film, either in a roll or a flat card.