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Tutor profile: Michelle G.

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Subject: Writing

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How can you ensure your writing is free from copyright violation or plagiarism?

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Michelle G.
Answer:

Be sure to properly cite all facts, factual assertions, figures, data, and the like. Citation ensures you are properly crediting the sources you use as well as avoiding potential consequences for claiming others' work as your own, even accidentally.

Subject: Study Skills

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What are three on-campus resources you could consult if you want to hone and improve your study skills?

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Michelle G.
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These can include, depending on what is available on your campus or in your school system, tutoring services, library study rooms and carrels, and a writing center or tutor.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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In what year did ACRL switch from the Information Literacy Standards to the Information Literacy Framework?

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Michelle G.
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They made this change in 2016. Initially, they had planned to continue using the Standards as part of the Framework. However, the Standards are no longer an official part of the organization's information literacy support.

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