MCQs of Library Science: Information Sources (Quiz 06)

MCQs of Library Science about Library Information Sources. This is quiz 06 of the Information Sources in Library Science. You’ll find these questions about Library Science in MCQ format. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIS), then the Information Sources & Services of Library Science are so important to understand. So we have arranged these MCQs of Library Science for understanding its Information Sources.

LIS MCQs of Information Sources (Quiz 06)

The following are the MCQs of Library Science about Information Sources Quiz 06:

201. Reference services which a special reader demands for special information, are called:
A. Long range reference services
B. Ready reference services
C. Index services
D. Bibliographical services
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202. Ready reference services are basically completed in three phases:
A. Assimilation, preparation & index
B. Assimilation, service & dissemination
C. Index, service & assimilation
D. Preparation, service & assimilation
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203. Reference services which involve short answers are called:
A. Long range reference services
B. Ready reference services
C. Simple services
D. Bibliographical services
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204. Reference services which are demanded direct by are called:
A. Long range reference services
B. Ready reference services
C. Teeter service
D. Bulletin services
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205 It was used to deliver information (usually pages of text) to a user in computer-like format, typically to be displayed on terminals:
A. Video conferencing
B. Videotex
C. Audio conferencing
D. Teletex
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206. The process of restoring order among the books is called:
A. Stock verification
B. Shelf regulation
C. Shelf maintenance
D. Shelf rectification
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207. Resource sharing is resorted by libraries primarily due to:
A. Extend access to library resources
B. To save resources
C. Financial constraints
D. Information explosion
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208. What is called a communication service which enables text correspondence to be sent and retrieved automatically on memory-to-memory basis?
A. Fax service
B. Bulletin board service
C. Electronic mail service
D. Teletex service
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209. Communication between three or more sites that are linked by a voice only telecommunication medium is known as:
A. Video conferencing
B. Teletex
C. Audio conferencing
D. Videotex
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210. All such information which is provided to readers immediately is called:
A. Long range reference services
B. Ready reference services
c. Communication services
D. Information services
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211. Sometimes in libraries, a large number of copies of a notice or guidelines are needed to distribute to the users as well as to the staff, which only can be prepared by:
A. Duplicating processes
B. Micrographic processes
C. Copying processes
D. Photography processes
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212. WIPO is a specialized agency• of UN which promotes international cooperation in respect to:
A. Indexes
B. Periodicals
C. Monographs
D. Patents
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213. A concise and accurate representation of original document is known as:
A. Summary
B. Gist
C. Abstract
D. Guide
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214. A live video and voice communication between three or more locations is called:
A. Video conferencing
B. Teletex
C. Audio conferencing
D. Videotex
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215. Readers approach in special libraries mainly by:
A. New arrival
B. Subject
C. Title
D. Author
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216. A narrative account of progress of particular field of study prepared by an expert in the field is known as:
A. Introduction
B. Review
C. Summary
D. Abstract
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217. The basic information role of a library is to:
A. Collect information in digital media
B. Collect all information available in print media
C. Collect and disseminate information
D. Give away materials to the library users
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218. Which of the following library provides free library service without distinction of caste, creed or sex?
A. Special Library
B. Private Library
C. Public Library
D. Academic Library
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219. Selective Dissemination Information (SDI) was first formulated by:
A. E. Garfield
B. H.P. Luhn
C. J. Kobblers
D. W. Fidel
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220. The process in the SDI involves:
A. Matching user/documentation profile
B. Matching of user profile
C. Creating document index file
D. Creating a user profile
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221. Resource sharing among the libraries was originally known as:
A. Library Networking
B. Library Consortium
C. Library Cooperation
D. Inter Library Loan
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222. Library is a growing organism, perceived from:
A. Fourth law of Library Science
B. Fifth law of Library Science
C. Second law of Library Science
D. Third law of Library Science
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223. International Serial Data System (ISDS) centre is located at:
A. Lisbon
B. Paris
C. Rome
D. Helsinki
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224. A person who collects information from• various sources and puts them in the form of books is known as:
A. Translator
B. Editor
C. Compiler
D. Author
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225. Storage and dissemination of knowledge in recent developments is known as:
A. Dissemination knowledge
B. Present knowledge
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226. Accession list of a library is a type of:
A. Indexing Service
B. Reference Service
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227. The three broad categories of books are:
A. Information, recreation and inspiration
B. Books, e-books, and reference
C. Reference, text and general books
D. Books of children, university base and old age
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228. Currently, theses published in Pakistan’s Universities’ downloadable functionality are made available with:
A. QAU Library
C. IIU Library
D. National Library
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229. Check card is prepared in:
A. Two card system
B. Three card system
C. Network system
D. Kardex system
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230. Newark circulation system contains:
A. ID card
B. Borrower’s planner
c. Borrower’s ticket
D. Borrower’s card
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231. User profile is one of the important components of:
A. Reference Service
C. Documentation
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232. Current Awareness Service comes under:
A. E-mail
B. Response
C. On demand
D. Anticipatory
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233. The goal of circulation service is to:
A. Maximize the availability of library documents
B. Maximize the availability of non-book materials
C. Maximize the availability of periodicals only
D. Maximize the availability of books only
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234. Cooperative Online Serial Program (CONSE) is being operated by
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235. Cumulative Book Index includes all books published in:
A. In Europe
C. English language
D. All languages
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236. Mobile library service is extension of which library service?
A. Private Library
B. Special Library
C. Public Library
D. Academic Library
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237. Browne charging system is for:
A. Circulation
B. Cataloging
c. Indexing
D. Classification
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238. Newark system refers to:
A. Charging system
B. Indexing system
C. Classification system
D. Filing system
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239. A printed or handwritten notice sent to a borrower’s street address requesting the prompt return of items kept past their due date:
A. Renewed
B. Checked out
C. Reminder
D. Checked in
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240. The rights to which a library borrower is entitled- usually established by registering to receive a library card:
A. Borrowing privileges
B. Borrowing status
C. Borrowing period
D. None of them
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241. The availability of inter library is the responsibility of:
A. Technical section
B. Acquisition section
C. Reference section
D. Circulation section
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242. The work related to return of books is referred to as:
A. Renewal
B. Circulation
C. Discharging
D. Charging
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243. The length of time for which an item in the circulating collection of a library may be checked out by a borrower:
A. Loan desk
B. Loan period
C. Loan rules
D. Loan status
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244. Readers’ advisory services are most commonly associated with:
A. Virtual Libraries
B. Public Libraries
C. Advisory Libraries
D. Classified Libraries
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245. To extend the period of time for which a book or other item is loaned by a library:
A. Renewed
B. Checked out
C. Overdue
D. Loaned period
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246. In archive, a circulating file containing copies of documents arranged in chronological order to allow the reader to follow the development of an activity or event over time:
A. Reading file
B. Reading copy
C. Reading group
D. Reading list
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247. A person who checks out books and other materials from a library is called:
A. Researcher
B. Academician
C. Borrower
D. Student
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