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1.* To find out whether or not Madonna University Library owns a book you need, you should use?



2.* What does "23" in the citation below signify?
Porter-O'Grady, T. (1993). Patient-focused care service models and nursing: Perils and possibilities. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 23, 7-8.?





3.* Which of these keyword searches should retrieve the FEWEST results in an online database?





4.* When books are arranged in correct order on the shelves by call number, which of the following call numbers will be first?
P PS PB PD P
539 678 45 5 4117
.V29 .C48 .F455 .H374 .M39
2000 1988 1999 2002 2001





5.* Scholarly articles generally contain the following elements:





6.* Copying text from a web site without identifying the source is an example of





7.* Ask.com is?





8.* A bibliography is?





9.* You should include citations in your research paper because:





10.* Which is NOT a good strategy to use to narrow an ERIC search in EBSCOhost?





11.* What is the BEST place to find a scholarly article?





12.* Which element from an online catalog record would you need to use to actually locate a book owned by MU library?





13.* You have to find criticism on Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind. In an online catalog you should





14.* Journals differ from magazines in that:





15.* What would you assume is the primary purpose of the Texas Beef Council's web site (http://www.txbeef.org)?





16.* APA and MLA style both refer to:





17.* Who would represent the target audience for a scholarly journal about botany?





18.* Which is the best source for current information on the war in Iraq?




19.* Which topic requires a more current source of information?




20.* To critically evaluate the qualifications of an author on a topic, you should consider all but:







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