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Tutor profile: Katherine D.

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Subject: Writing

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A student has written an introductory paragraph and attempted to begin the rest of an essay but is uncertain of how to proceed.

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The student's writing so far should be reviewed and the student should be asked to identify the main arguments in the introductory paragraph and body paragraphs. From there, the instructor should help the student to simplify the main points and draft an outline, based on the assignment sheet and work already done.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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Consider YouTube as an information source, discuss its reliability, usefulness, and responsibility regarding misinformation.

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YouTube can be utilized as a reliable source of information, but students and other users should be well versed in information literacy so that they are able to identify reputable channels and videos, and those that are unreliable. Educational institutions and libraries can also take advantage of fo the platform by curating channels for specific courses or subjects and promoting them to students through classes and the library. As far as corporate responsibility goes, the platform should be held responsible for dangerous misinformation such as removing anti-vaccination videos, but users cannot reasonably expect the platform to remove every piece of incorrect or offensive video due to the massive volume of videos uploaded daily. For that reason, all users should approach with healthy skepticism, and information professionals should be addressing the use of this, and other, similar platforms, in information literacy courses.

Subject: US History

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The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, though it succeeded in dissolving the Standard Oil Trust in 1911, was deemed insufficient for not fully defining terms such as trust and monopoly. What legislation followed the Sherman Act and what additional provisions did it make to prevent monopolies?

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The Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914 strengthened existing regulatory legislation by specifically prohibits mergers intended to dominate the market, price-fixing, and also supported the rights of unionized workers and allowed for lawsuits against companies.

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