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DETECTIVE

Information Literacy Edition

QUIZ

START

Which of these is a way to determine if a source is reliable?

QUESTION 1

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

RIGHT!

NEXT

When searching a topic online, the search results that appear higher in the results are more reliable.

QUESTION 2

True

False

RIGHT!

NEXT

Numbers don't lie. If a source has verifiably accurate numbers, you can trust that source's conclusions.

True

QUESTION 3

False

RIGHT!

NEXT

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?

QUESTION 4

(Hyde, 36)

(Hyde, 2024, p. 36)

(Hyde, 2024)

RIGHT!

NEXT

A trusted authority can be a source of unreliable information.

QUESTION 5

True

False

RIGHT!

NEXT

Case closed!

0 correct

1-2 correct

3-4 correct

5 correct

PLAY AGAIN?

You've got great information literacy skills! Of course, this is just the beginning. Keep reading and learning!

Information Literacy Master

5 Correct

You've got the spirit, but you need to work on your information literacy skills! Keep reading and learning!

Information Literacy Beginner

0 Correct

You've learned a little about information literacy, but you still have a long way to go. Keep reading and learning!

Information Literacy Novice

1-2 Correct

You've got a lot of information literacy knowledge, but sometimes something slips past you! Keep reading and learning!

Information Literacy Apprentice

3-4 Correct