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Which of the following statements is true?
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    by Hector Corona
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
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    Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
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    Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
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    When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
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    Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
    Unscored Unselected
    There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
    Incorrect Selected
    All of the above
  • N/A
    N/A
    by Cheryl Kennedy
    This question wasn't given to Cheryl Kennedy
  • 2/2
    2/2
    by JoAnna Ross
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
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    When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
    Correct Selected
    There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
    Unselected
    Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
    Unselected
    Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
    Unselected
    Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
    Unselected
    All of the above
  • --/2
    --/2
    by Jarrick Rudolph
    Jarrick Rudolph has not taken this exam.
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    0/2
    by Debra Simmons
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
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    When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
    Unselected
    Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
    Unscored Unselected
    There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
    Unselected
    Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
    Unselected
    Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
    Unselected
    All of the above
    Debra Simmons didn't make any selections
  • 2/2
    2/2
    by Debra Simmons (from retake #1)
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
    Unselected
    Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
    Correct Selected
    There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
    Unselected
    Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
    Unselected
    Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
    Unselected
    When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
    Unselected
    All of the above
  • 2/2
    2/2
    by Ammorette Winborne
    Student Results Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Options
    Unselected
    When you are looking for a specific kind of information, metasearch engines can lead you right up to the desired results.
    Unselected
    Evaluating sources is mainly required only for electronic sources and not for printed ones.
    Unselected
    Lying by omission will not expose your organization to liability.
    Correct Selected
    There is an abundance of online information that is incomplete, outdated, misleading, or downright false.
    Unselected
    Ethical concerns forbid you to quote from your sources.
    Unselected
    All of the above
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