Tutor profile: Sean G.
Subject: Microsoft Excel
The standard Excel ribbon contains several tabs. The commands available on these tabs vary and are contextually grouped together. Please select five (5) tabs and provide a brief description that includes three commands available on the tab.
1. File tab - the File tab takes the user to the backstage view in Excel. This allows you to print, save and open files. 2. Home tab - the Home tab is the default tab in Excel and allows the user to modify text. Commands include font, alignment and styles. 3. Insert tab - the Insert tab allows the users to add extra features to the Excel worksheet. Commands include adding charts, illustrations and comments. 4. Page Layout tab - the Page Layout tab allows the user to set up the page, particularly for printing. Commands include page setup, scale to fit and arrange. 5. Formulas tab - the Formulas tab allows you to use a variety of mathematical, business and other calculations. Commands include the function library, defined names and formula auditing.
Subject: Library and Information Science
There are a variety of budgets that Libraries use. Please compare and contrast program budgets versus performance budgets,
By its nature, a program budget focuses on the services the library provides to its clients. Therefore, the program budget more readily relates to overall organizational goals and objectives. Its attractiveness is further enhanced by its usefulness when establishing priority for library programs relative to the parent organization. The program budget development is typically an extension of the line-item budget development method. Performance budgets share characteristics with program budgets, but performance budgets focus primarily on what library staff members do or what functions they perform in the library’s service complement. Tasks rather than programs are highlighted. Among the functions displayed within a performance budget are technical services (i.e., cataloging, materials processing); planning (budgeting, automation, employee selection, interviewing, development; patron contact (circulation desk, email & telephone contacts).
Abraham Maslow developed a model in which basic, low-level needs such as physiological requirements and safety must be satisfied before higher-level needs such as self-fulfillment are pursued. Please select one higher-level need and describe it in a short paragraph.
Self-actualization is the summit of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. It is the quest of reaching one's full potential as a person. Unlike lower level needs, this need is never fully satisfied; as one grows psychologically there are always new opportunities to continue to grow. Self-actualized people tend to have needs such as truth, justice and wisdom
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