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THIS IS JEEPARTY

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With Host... Your MS. BERG

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If You Want to Keep Score… Ask for a Score Card at the Circ Desk. After playing, turn in your Score Card. All Score Cards will be put into a drawing. Each month, one player will win a prize. Good luck and have fun! Now, let’s play some JeeParty!

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100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Location, Location! Library Homepage Catalogs Databases Student Resources Grab Bag

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These books are on the left side of the library, when you walk in the door. Call number: Fic A 100

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What are fiction books? A 100 Back to Board

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These books are in the very back of the library, in the middle. Call number: ND A 200

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What are ND books? A 200 Back to Board

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These books are true stories written about someone’s life. Call numbers 920 - 921 A 300

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What are biographies and autobiographies? A 300 Back to Board

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These books are in the middle of the library. Call number: Ref A 400

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What are reference books? A 400 Back to Board

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These books contain information that is true/factual. Call numbers 001 – 999 A 500

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What are non-fiction books? A 500 Back to Board

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One of these cannot be found on the Horizon Library Homepage: Catalogs & Databases Class Links Student Resources Online Gambling Sites B 100

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What are d) Online Gambling Sites? B 100 Back to Board

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B 200 This would be very useful when searching for books. Databases Class Links Catalogs Student Resources

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What are c) Catalogs? (Horizon Library Catalog) B 200 Back to Board

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B 300 This would be very useful when searching for reliable websites for research projects. Databases Class Links Catalogs Student Resources

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What are a) Databases? B 300 Back to Board

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B 400 This contains Citation Guides, Internet Search Tips, Website Evaluation. Databases Class Links Catalogs Student Resources

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What are d) Student Resources? B 400 Back to Board

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B 500 This contains links to class and teacher-specific resources. Databases Class Links Catalogs Student Resources

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What are b) Class Links? B 500 Back to Board

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This group of numbers or letters tells you where to find a book on the shelf. C 100

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What is a call number? C 100 Back to Board

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The first thing you do when placing a hold on a book. C 200

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What is Login, using your lunch number? C 200 Back to Board

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C 300 This tells you how many copies of the book are available for checkout.

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C 300 Back to Board What is 1 of 1 available?

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

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C 400 This is where you go to create your own list of books and to create a bibliography.

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C 400 What is Resource Lists ? My Lists? Back to Board

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This is where you go to search for books from other libraries in the district. C 500

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What is the Look in box? C 500 Back to Board

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This is not a reliable database. a) CultureGrams b) netTrekker c) Wikipedia d) eLibrary D 100

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What is c) Wikipedia? D 100 Back to Board

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Before printing, you should always click on this. D 200

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What is File ? Print Preview? D 200 Back to Board

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This database is great for finding reliable websites on any topic. a) CultureGrams b) netTrekker c) Wikipedia d) Opposing Viewpoints D 300

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What is b) netTrekker? D 300 Back to Board

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This database is great for learning about the USA and other countries. a) CultureGrams b) netTrekker c) Wikipedia d) Opposing Viewpoints D 400

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What is a) CultureGrams? D 400 Back to Board

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D 500 This database is great for learning both sides of controversial issues. a) CultureGrams b) netTrekker c) Wikipedia d) Opposing Viewpoints

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D 500 Back to Board What is d) Opposing Viewpoints?

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This is not located on the Student Resources page. Internet Search Tips Website Evaluation Forms Horizon Blogerrific Blog Citation Guides E 100

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What is c) Horizon Blogerrific Blog? E 100 Back to Board

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This will help you avoid plagiarism. a) Internet Search Tips b) Website Evaluation c) Horizon Blogerrific Blog d) Citation Guides E 200

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What is d) Citation Guides? E 200 Back to Board

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E 300 For your bibliography page, the following order is used. Copyright date Author Title of book or article Publication information

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What is: Author Title of article, book, etc. Publication information Copyright date? E 300 Back to Board

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This will help you find reliable websites. a) Internet Search Tips b) Website Evaluation c) Horizon Blogerrific Blog d) Citation Guides E 400

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What is b) Website Evaluation? E 400 Back to Board

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This will not help you evaluate a website for reliability. Quantity of information b) Date site was last updated c) Spelling and Grammar d) Author/creator of site E 500

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What is a) Quantity of information? E 500 Back to Board

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Author of Lord of the Rings F 100

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Who is J. R. R. Tolkien? F 100 Back to Board

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Name of our HMS blog. F 200

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What is Horizon Blogerrific Blog? F 200 Back to Board

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F 300 New name for 21st Century Comic Books

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What are Graphic Novels? F 300 Back to Board

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Our favorite book character in a striped shirt who always gets lost in a crowd. F 400

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Who is Waldo? F 400 Back to Board

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Famous ND writer of western fiction. F 500

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Who is Louis L’Amour? F 500 Back to Board

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Internet Safety Please record your wager.

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You should never do the following when using blogs or chat rooms. Use obscene or graphic language Give out information that can identify you or your location Use threats, insults, or hurtful remarks All of the above!

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What is d) All of the above?

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Thank You for Playing JeeParty! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT/Adapted by K. Berg

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