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Tutor profile: Alli K.

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Alli K.
College Senior at Southern Methodist University
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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When should I use Microsoft Publisher versus Microsoft Word?

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Microsoft Publisher should be used for documents such as posters and brochures that require more design and movement within the program. Microsoft Word should be used for more typical word-based documents such as letters, papers, resumes, etc.

Subject: Writing

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How can I avoid plagiarizing?

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When you're taking notes while reading research, cite the bullet points you're making so that you don't forget where these thoughts came from. Be sure to cite your sources as you write your paper instead of going back and putting them in later. Use websites such as easybib.com or citationmachine.net to make citations even easier!

Subject: Psychology

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What is the difference between incidental versus intentional learning?

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Intentional learning occurs because we know that we will need it later--like studying for a test. Incidental learning occurs naturally, without you focusing on it--like how you know where something is in the grocery store after you've been there a few times, even though you didn't study it.

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