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GEN 103 WEEK 2 QUIZ RESULTS 2.docx

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Attempt History Attempt Time Score KEPT Attempt 1 12 minutes 9 out of 10 LATEST Attempt 2 14 minutes 7 out of 10 Attempt 1 12 minutes 9 out of 10 Score for this attempt: 7 out of 10 Submitted Mar 31 at 9:16pm This attempt took 14 minutes. Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 1 1 / 1 pts Which of the following is not a question you should ask when determining how to effectively communicate your information? What method is best for communicating my results? How do I properly cite sources? Correct! What types of information do I need? Who is my audience? Which of the following is not a q What method is b How do I properly What types of info Who is my audien
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The answer can be found in Section 1.3 in Module 1, Introduction to Information Literacy, in Information Literacy in the Digital Age . Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 2 0 / 1 pts Jennifer, who is writing an essay on Frederick Douglass, looks up his information on Wikipedia to get a better understanding of the background of the topic. She does not include the Wikipedia source in her essay, but she does use the references section of Wikipedia to access a few scholarly articles. What type of source is this given her topic? Correct Answer Tertiary Secondary You Answered Primary None of the above The answer can be found in Section 1.4 in Module 1, Introduction to Information Literacy, in Information Literacy in the Digital Age . J ennifer, who is writing an essay Tertiary Secondary Primary None of the abov
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