Quiz Detective: Information Literacy Edition
Corinne E. Hyde
Created on February 6, 2024
Created by Dr. Corinne Hyde
Information Literacy Edition
Which of these is a way to determine if a source is reliable?
Make sure the information agrees with your opinion
Look for a .org address instead of a .com
Verify that the author is an authority on the topic
When searching a topic online, the search results that appear higher in the results are more reliable.
Numbers don't lie. If a source has verifiably accurate numbers, you can trust that source's conclusions.
Which of these is a correct way to give credit to your source with an in-text citation when using a direct quote in APA 7th edition?
(Hyde, 2024, p. 36)
A trusted authority can be a source of unreliable information.
You've got great information literacy skills! Of course, this is just the beginning. Keep reading and learning!
Information Literacy Master
You've got the spirit, but you need to work on your information literacy skills! Keep reading and learning!
Information Literacy Beginner
You've learned a little about information literacy, but you still have a long way to go. Keep reading and learning!
Information Literacy Novice
You've got a lot of information literacy knowledge, but sometimes something slips past you! Keep reading and learning!
Information Literacy Apprentice