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Exam: 250636RR - Information Literacy Lesson Exam 3

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Questions 1 to 20: Select the best answer to each question. Note that a question and its answers may be split across a page
break, so be sure that you have seen the entire question and all the answers before choosing an answer.

1. One form of plagiarism involves

A. using an authors organization or sentence structure without citation.
B. restating an authors ideas in your own words with a citation.
C. introducing a quotation with a signal phrase.
D. referring to information that is common knowledge.

2. A research journal can help you keep notes

A. from multiple sources arranged according to the date they were accessed.
B. on notecards arranged according to author.
C. from a single source together with the required citation information.
D. for your bibliography arranged according to pages.

3. _______ is an exemption to the copyright law.

A. Fair use
B. Trademark protection
C. Intellectual property
D. Patent protection

4. According to Penn Fosters Student Handbook, the Academic Dishonesty section defines cheating as
A. effort to contact your instructor or school staff in order to clarify your directions and limits of collaboration with fellow
B. effort to contact a tutorial service provided by Penn Foster for additional academic assistance.
C. effort to collaborate with other students to assist you in the learning and writing process.
D. effort at inappropriate collaborative activity in which the work submitted to the school does not represent the work of the
enrolled student.

5. What is the style for introducing a direct quote in APA?

A. Use a signal phrase, along with the year of publication in parentheses.
B. Use a signal phrase with only the author's name in parentheses.
C. Don't use any identifying information in the paper or project.
D. Use a signal phrase with the publication name and date accessed in parentheses.

6. What is the correct definition of a paraphrase?

A. Borrowed information restated in your own words and sentence structure
B. General knowledge that doesn't need to be cited
C. Summarized version of a longer idea in a source
D. The author's words or ideas verbatim in quotation marks with a citation

7. Many governments, including the United States have established protections for intellectual property
which include:
A. copyright laws, webinar laws and citations.
B. copyright laws, citation laws and patents.
C. copyright laws, trademarks and patents
D. copyright laws, plagiarism laws and trademarks

8. MLA and APA are

A. primary citation methods used in college-level research.
B. creations by the University of Chicago for graduate students.
C. bibliographic generators.
D. citations methods that are used only in humanities disciplines.

9. To which of the following does copyright protection not apply?

A. Video
B. Images
C. Sounds
D. Inventions

10. The website for Long Island University provides online

A. resources that are a popular means of disseminating information.
B. style guides.
C. bibliography generators.
D. print and ebooks that include citation and documentation guides.

11. A patent
A. Protects symbols, a word or words, and names used by a particular company that represent the company or a product.
B. Permits an individual, in certain circumstances to make a single copy of a periodical article or select portions of a book for
personal study or research use.
C. Grants an original works' creator protection for published and unpublished literary, scientific, and artistic works, provided that
such works are in a tangible or material form.
D. Protects inventions and processes and excludes others from trying to market, produce, and sell them for a period of time.

12. The symbol means the ________ is registered.

A. copyright
B. patent
C. fair use work

D. trademark

13. Fair use is defined as

A. an exemption to the copyright law under which an individual, in certain circumstances, is allowed to make a single copy of an
article or portions of a book for personal study and research.
B. an exemption of the patent law that permits individuals to market and sell a product created by another person or company.
C. an exemption to the copyright law that allows someone to reproduce a logo of a company to print on their own business
D. an exemption of the intellectual property law that permits duplication of media for marketing and resale purposes.

14. Plagiarism is defined as

A. using material in your paper that is classified as fair use, even if citations are included.
B. properly using quotations and citations in your finished work.
C. using common knowledge in your work.
D. dishonestly using another person's ideas or finished work as your own without giving credit for the source.

15. The correct term for the list of sources in MLA format is
A. Bibliography Page.
B. Citations Page.
C. Works Cited.
D. References.

16. Notecards help you when researching because they keep your
A. Web pages organized by URLs.
B. quotations in parenthetical order.
C. research organized.
D. citations in alphabetical order.

17. APA style is generally used in which fields of study?

A. Humanities-related areas such as literature, composition, fine arts, and communications
B. Science disciplines, such as chemistry, biochemistry, and engineering
C. Social science disciplines, such as sociology, psychology, economics, and nutrition
D. Literature, history, and anthropology

18. To which of the following does the protection of a trademark apply?

A. Scientific process
B. Graphics on the Web
C. Literary work
D. Symbols representing a product

19. What information is not required in a bibliographic citation?

A. Author's name

C. Country of publication
D. Date of online access

20. Disciplinary actions for plagiarism at Penn Foster can range from:
A. a failing grade to expulsion.
B. a failing grade to a criminal report.
C. A failing grade to a letter to an employer.
D. A failing grade to a monetary penalty on a student account.

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