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Post-Questions

Library Instruction Program

  1. Name (optional):

  2. Email (optional):

  3. Class:
    Ex: Eng 1B, Psych 12

  4. Instructor:

  5. Put these call numbers in the correct order. Choose number 1 for the book that would come first on the shelf, number 2 for the second, etc.

    HF 5343 .B42

    H 710 .R42

    HC 1 .L57

    H 72 .B23

  6. To find a book in the UCR Libraries, the best place to go is:
    Academic Search Complete
    Google
    UCeLinks
    Scotty

  7. Journals, magazines, and newspapers are all examples of:
    Web sites
    Periodicals
    Reference materials
    Journals

  8. To get an article for your paper, the best place to go would be:
    Google
    A database such as Academic Search Complete
    Scotty
    iLearn

  9. To find the most current, reliable information on your topic, the best place to go is:
    Books
    Journal Articles
    Encyclopedias
    Newspapers

  10. List the keywords in the thesis statement below that you would use to search for information:

    Criminal behavior is caused by environmental factors
    such as poverty and abusive parents.




  11. Library resources are available from home / off-campus.
    True False

  12. What did you find the most useful about the library session?



  13. What did you find most confusing about the library session?



  14. Overall, how would you rate the library session?

    a) Excellent Good Fair Poor

    b) Necessary Unnecessary

Last modified: 7/23/2008 4:34 PM by M. Yonezawa

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