When formulating research questions, you should choose ones that—(Select two correct answers.)
only tangentially address your topic.
broaden your thinking on a specific idea.
are answerable only on the Internet.
are answerable only on print sources.
direct your research for new learning and better understanding.
Which of the following statements best describes why journals are more reliable sources than Internet sources?
In which of the following ways should you order information from a website in an MLA works-cited page?
name of site; date accessed; medium of publication; title of work; date
date; title of work; date accessed; medium of publication; name of site
title of work; name of site; date; medium of publication; date accessed
date accessed; title of work; medium of publication; date; name of site
Which of the following is not an appropriate way to incorporate a source into a research paper?
Which three of the following are true of almanacs published in the US?
They contain the entire history of all the states.
They include basic statistical information about some regions.
They are organized in a format similar to encyclopedias.
They are the most common type of primary source to be included in research papers.
They contain data and facts about a variety of topics.
They are publications that focus on topics relevant to a specific industry or area of study.