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Tutor profile: Robyn M.

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Robyn M.
Professional Librarian with 3 years of public library experience
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Subject: Writing

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Why should I care about proper grammar and punctuation?

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You only get one chance to make a first impression. People will automatically form a judgement about your personality and intelligence based on three factors: your personal appearance, how you speak, and how you write.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is collocation?

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Collocation is the grouping together of books that are written about similar subjects. Two different classification systems that both use collocation is the Library of Congress Classification System and the Dewey Decimal System. The Library of Congress system is used in many academic libraries and the Dewey Decimal System is used in many public libraries.

Subject: US History

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What were some of the factors that caused the American colonists to revolt against Britain in 1776?

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The American colonists felt that the British Monarch George III and the British Parliament were acting heavy handing in taxing the colonists without understanding their living conditions. The popular catch phrase for the American patriots was, "No taxation without representation." They wanted to be represented in the British Parliament so they could have a voice in laws passed that effected them.

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