Finding: Interpreting Search Results Quiz

Each question is multiple choice. The answers are linked from the questions. Follow the link to see if an answer is correct.

  1. How would you search for this source?

  2. Kalb, Claudia. "What Dreams are Made Of." Newsweek 8 Nov. 1999. 2 Dec. 1999. <http://www.msnbc.com/news/712062.asp?0m=NICTN>

    a. Type url (web address) and go to article directly.
    b. Search for Newsweek in library catalog.
    c. Search for "What Dreams are Made of" in library catalog.
    d. Search for articles by Claudia Kalb in the library catalog.
  1. How would you search for this source?

    Schwartz, Susan. "Yes, Life is But a Dream: Counselor helps interpret meaning." The Montreal Gazette 24 April, 2000, B2.

    a. Search for The Montreal Gazette in the library catalog.
    b. Search for "Yes, Life is But a Dream" in the library catalog.
    c. Search by author for Susan Schwartz in the library catalog.
    d. Browse the newspaper section for The Montreal Gazette.
  1. How would you search for this source?
  2. Flannagan, Owen. "Sleepy Heads." In: Dreaming Souls: sleep, dreams, and the evolution of the conscious mind. New York; Oxford University Press, 2000. 65-92.

    a. Search the Oxford University Press website.
    b. Search for "Sleepy Heads" in the library catalog.
    c. Search for "Sleepy Heads" in the PsycINFO database.
    d. Search for the book title, Dreaming Souls, in the library catalog.
  1. How would you search for this source?
  2. Mazzoni, G.A., and Malvagia, Stephano (1995) "Dream Interpretations and False Beliefs," Professional Psychology, Research and Practice v30 il, 45-51.

    a. Search by author for G.A. Mazzoni in the library catalog.
    b. Search for Professional Psychology, Research and Practice in the library catalog.
    c. Search the Internet (using search engine like Google or Yahoo) for "Dream Interpretation and False Beliefs."
    d. Search for the book title Dream Interpretation and False Beliefs in the library catalog.

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