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1. T/F: The value and condition of an object or document are important factors to consider when approving an outgoing loan.

a) True.
b) False.

2. Types of exhibits include:

a) Temporary.
b) Bad.
c) Revolving.
d) Psychosomatic.
e) a & c.
f) a & d.

3. A repository's policy on public programming should detail:

a) Where programs are and what goes up.
b) What types of objects and documents are used and must come down.
c) How to spell the museum's name.
d) What types of objects and documents are used and where programs take place.

4. Copyright can cover:

a) The right to handle objects.
b) The right to prepare derivative works.
c) Right to left.
d) The right to bear arms.
e) None of the above.

5. Access and use policies generally include information on:

a) Appropriate time of rotation.
b) Who has access to collections.
c) Appropriate use of objects.
d) Destructive analysis.
e) All of the above.
f) b, c, & d.

6. T/F: Use of collections resources by researchers involves having appropriate information on cyclical monocausal assemblages.

a) True.
b) False.

7. The decision to allow destructive analysis on an object should take into account:

a) The color of the object.
b) What the data will be used for.
c) The researcher's reputation.
d) Amount of sample to be taken.
e) b & d.
f) a, b, & d.

8. T/F Repositories should not worry about sacred or religious limitations that a culture wants placed on an object or record.

a) True.
b) False.

9. Public programming and educational programs may include:

a) Off-site pomposity.
b) State archaeology weeks.
c) On-site interpretation.
d) Disco night.
e) b & c.

10. A facility report is usually a required component of a:

a) Request to do destructive analysis.
b) Incoming loan request.
c) Hands-on workshop.
d) Copyright form.


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