Did you already take the DAS Quiz? If so, then read on so that you can look at your answers and calculate your score.
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Okay let’s look at your answers to the DAS Quiz and let’s calculate your score.
Part 1. Adding tracking so that you would be notified if an Office were to retrieve this particular application from DAS. If you successfully did this (you would know it because you can now see it in your DAS workbench) then give yourself ten points.
Part 2. This application first became available in DAS on November 4, 2016. If this is the date that you figured out, give yourself ten more points.
Part 3. The way you would learn the answer to this question is to download a Certificate of Availability. On the Certificate, you will see that the following Offices can retrieve the document using the DAS access code:
AR, AU, BR, CA, CL, CN, DK, EA, EE, EP, ES, FI, GB, GE, IB, IL, IN, JP, KR, MA, NL, NZ, SE, US
(This is the answer as of March 16, 2020. Maybe in the future the list will be longer and there will be more Offices listed.) As of right now there are twenty-four Offices that can retrieve this document using the DAS access code. If you figured this out correctly, give yourself ten more points.
Part 4. The answer (as of March 16, 2020) is “no”. No Office has actually accessed this application in DAS. The way you would know this is that in your workbench, in the “last accessed” column, there is a blank for the row containing this document. If you figured this out correctly, give yourself ten more points.
Now to score yourself:
- If you got forty or more points, then you know a lot about the DAS system. You are trendy, modern, and up-to-date.
- If you got twenty or more points, then you know at least a little about the DAS system.
- If you got fewer than twenty points, then probably it would be good if you were to learn more about the DAS system.