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Freshman Seminar: Test Your Knowledge
Guide can be used to present library information and resources to new students
Definition 1 - are a form of decentralized recordkeeping popularized by cryptocurrency: 45 votes (83.33%)
Definition 2 - payment system that involves electronic currency that is exchanged using open-source software: 7 votes (12.96%)
Definition 3 - a trend of more and more devices being connected to the Internet and to each other: 2 votes (3.7%)
Total Votes: 54
Popular versus Scholarly
Take a moment to review the articles below.
Article 1 - Demistifying the Blockchain: 3 votes (3.3%)
Article 2 - Branch based blockchain technology in intelligent vehicle: 88 votes (96.7%)
Total Votes: 91
Mozart vs. Beyonce
Mozart outsold Beyonce in CDs in 2016
Yes: 96 votes (91.43%)
No: 3 votes (2.86%)
Not sure: 6 votes (5.71%)
Total Votes: 105
Peer-Reviewed Articles on Blockchain
Using the Library search tool (library.njit.edu), are there any peer-reviewed articles that discuss "Blockchain" AND the "Internet of Things"?
Yes: 43 votes (59.72%)
No: 29 votes (40.28%)
Total Votes: 72
Can the "Blockchain" technology be used to help end world hunger?
Yes: 44 votes (57.14%)
No: 33 votes (42.86%)
Total Votes: 77
Which of the following reference citations comes from a book?
Li, H., Yin, X., Yang, Z., Liu, G., & Casazza, M. (2017). Analyzing virtual water pollution transfer embodied in economic activities based on gray water footprint: A case study. Journal of Clearn Production, 161:1064-1073.
b. Knight, A. W., & Simmons, M. A. (1980). Water pollution: A guide to information sources. Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research Co., c1980.
Belkin, D., & Hobbs, T. D. (2017, September 5). Houston’s Environmental Threats Come Into Focus. Wall Street Journal - Online Edition. p. 1.
Bell, A. G. (1876). U.S. Patent No. 174,465. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. (2008). Indiana income limits. [Data file]. Retrieved from http://www.huduser.org/Datasets/IL/IL08/in_fy2008.pdf
Source 1: 8 votes (12.12%)
Source 2: 33 votes (50%)
Source 3: 2 votes (3.03%)
Source 4: 3 votes (4.55%)
Source 5: 20 votes (30.3%)
Total Votes: 66
What is this Resource?
The following reference citation is incomplete. Perform research using the Web and/or NJIT library search tool to identify the source and complete the reference citation.
Hussain, F. (2017) Internet of Things : Building Blocks and Business Models.