1. The university library offers:
a) Online databases
b) Selected books, journals, videos and government documents
c) Subject guides to online resources
d) Reference services
e) Information literacy instructions and tutorials
f) All of the above
2. Where do you look to find books in the university library?
b) OSCAR- the library's online catalog
3. Which is the most appropriate resource to find full-text
peer reviewed journal articles on a specific
b) A library database, such as Academic Search Premier
c) The Internet
d) Reference books
4. Which description does NOT apply to reference books:
a) Books that include dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs,
atlases, handbooks etc.
b) Books that are located on the first floor of the Guarini
c) Books that may be checked out for 4 weeks with a valid Gothic
d) Books that are used to find introductory or background
information on a subject.
5. You are preparing a research paper and you need resources
for background/introductory information. Your professor
requests that you use print resources. Where would you
a) Reference books such as encyclopedias or handbooks
b) Newspaper articles
c) The WWW
d) Library databases
6. How do you find out if a specific journal title is available in the Guarini library. Select the BEST answer.
a) Ask a reference librarian.
b) Do a "Title" search for the journal in OSCAR or check
Periodicals List A-Z on the library's home page .
c) Look on the shelves in the Periodicals Department on the
second floor of the Guarini Library.
d) Use the Web site : <findarticles.com>