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Tutor profile: Christina C.

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Christina C.
Library and Information Professional, Librarian
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is a reference question?

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A reference question is a question a patron asks seeking information from the library professional.

Subject: Education

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Create a Teacher Librarian Collaboration Form. In this form please include what subjects would be taught, time needed for activities, supplies needed, time frame overall and the responsibilities of the collaborators.

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Contact me for my personal form.

Subject: Art History

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In the Renaissance woman in art were often full figured. Why is that and does a full figure symbolize anything?

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During the Renaissance it was in fashion to be full figured. It symbolized power and beauty during that time period. Full figured woman also symbolized having wealth. It can be said that full figured woman were a symbol of fertility and in high demand (to become wives/mothers). The full figured woman was glorified by the great artists of the Renaissance; Titian, Rubens and DaVinci to name a few.

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