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Tutor profile: Holly H.

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Holly H.
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is the difference between original cataloging and copy cataloging?

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Answer:

Original cataloging is when a library creates a bibliographic record for an item in their collection. A library might choose to originally catalog an item when they do not have access to OCLC, no other library has created a record that can be copied, or if it is an item that is exclusive to the library in question (for example, a viewing room television remote). Copy cataloging is when a library downloads a bibliographic record that has been created by another library and placed into OCLC. This can be a much quicker method of cataloging, as another library has already done the work.

Subject: GED

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Which branch of the federal government can veto legislation?

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The President, as head of the executive branch, can veto legislation. However, Congress can override a presidential veto if they have at least a 2/3 majority vote in both the House and the Senate.

Subject: English

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How do I know when to use affect and when to use effect?

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Affect is a verb meaning to influence or to have an effect on something. For example: His tears affected me more than I expected. Effect is usually a noun meaning a result or outcome of a particular action. For example: His tears had a significant effect on me. Effect can also be a verb meaning to cause or bring about something. For example: His tears effected an emotional response within me.

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