Question1. (TCO 2) I can access the DeVry University Library from (Points : 6)http://library.devry.edu/.the Student Portal.my course shell.All of the aboveQuestion 2.2. (TCO 2) To log into the DeVry University Library databases, I use my D# and (Points : 6)YYYYMM—year and month date of birth.Mon-19xx—three letter month, hyphen, and year of birth.my network login.All of the aboveQuestion 3.3. (TCO 2) The citation feature in the Library databases (Points : 6)is unfailingly correct in producing APA citations.is a rendition of APA citations that may be inaccurate.is a third-party AI algorithm designed to read minds.All of the aboveQuestion 4.4. (TCO 4) It is important to know about DeVry’s Academic Integrity policy (Points : 6)because not all schools have the same academic integrity policy or the same procedures for enforcing it.knowing DeVry’s policy will help you avoid confusion.because research shows that the more a school talks about academic integrity, the more likely it is that the students will follow the academic integrity policy.All of the aboveQuestion 5.5. (TCO 4) Who can you contact if you see someone violating academic integrity? (Points : 6)Your professorYour Student Support AdvisorThe chair of your collegeAll of the aboveQuestion 6.6. (TCO 4) You are taking an online statistics class and are really having a hard time with the concepts. This week is the Midterm, but you feel confident you will fail it. Which of these actions would violate academic integrity? (Points : 6)Getting tutoring in statistics from your sister, who is good at math, before you take the examChecking to see if the answers for the exam are on the InternetTaking the exam yourself and doing your bestSpending hours in a quiet study room reviewing the notes you have taken during lessonQuestion 7.7. (TCO 4) You are new to DeVry and new to participating in online discussions, so you do not have a lot of experience with online discussions. One of the discussion prompts asks you to look something up on the Internet and report back to the class. Do you need to cite your source in this case? (Points : 6)Yes, so you can avoid plagiarism.Yes, because you should always cite your sources when you do research, no matter what kind of writing you do.No, because the professor told you to look something up on the Internet, so he or she already knows you got the ideas from someone else.No, because online discussions are not formal communications and you don’t have to cite your sources in informal pieces of writing.Both A and BQuestion 8.8. (TCO 4) It is an hour before a lab assignment is due, and one of the members of your lab group asks you to send him a copy of your lab so he can check his answers against yours. He casually mentions that he has actually been too busy at work to finish his own write-up himself. Should you send him a copy of your lab assignment? (Points : 6)Yes, because you did the lab together so the teacher expects everyone in your group to have the same data and the same lab write-up.Yes, because you want to help out a friend who is stressed out.No, because even though you share the same data, the teacher expects you to interpret the results yourself and write up the lab on your own.No, because your classmate may be tempted to just copy your write-up and get the both of you in trouble.Both C and DQuestion 9.9. (TCO 4) You are taking a class that includes a quiz every week. The following week, the professor hands back the quiz so you can look at which questions you got right and which you got wrong. He then collects the quiz to keep it secure. You secretly take out your cell phone, even though the professor has said there is a “no cell phones in class” policy in class. You want to take pictures of the quiz. Are you violating academic integrity? (Points : 6)Yes, because you are using the test in an unauthorized way.Yes, because the professor has specifically said no cell phones.No, because you want to be able to use the quiz questions to study for the Final Exam.Both A and BQuestion 10.10. (TCO 4) All of the following are part of DeVry’s Academic Integrity process EXCEPT which one? (Points : 6)The professor talks to the student if she suspects the student has violated the academic integrity policy. The student then has an opportunity to explain.The professor writes up an academic integrity incident report and sends it to the chair of the college and the Dean of Student Services.The Dean of Student Services notifies the student of the consequences of violating the academic integrity policy. The student has an opportunity to appeal.The first offense is a 0 on the assignment, the second offence is an F in the course, and the 3rd offense is permanent expulsion from the DeVry system.Violators of the academic integrity policy must announce their violation in all future classes taken.