Tutor profile: Kathryn V.
How do I format an in-text citation in APA style?
There are a few ways to format an in-text citation in APA style, and it all depends on the sentence structure and number of authors in the citation. Here's the basic format: (Author Last Name, Year). - If you included the year in the sentence, you only need the Author Last Name - If you included the author last name in the sentence, you only need the Year For more information about citing different numbers of authors, check out the Purdue Online Writing Lab: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/in_text_citations_author_authors.html
Subject: Library and Information Science
How do you conduct a reference interview?
The purpose of the reference interview is to determine the information your user is seeking. The challenge is that sometimes, the user themselves doesn't know how to articulate their information need and you need to ask probing questions to get to the real question. Every reference interview will be different, but some useful tools include: - repeating their question back to them - ask open-ended questions - include the user in the search process The library at the University of Texas Dallas has an excellent guide for reference interviews: https://libguides.utdallas.edu/c.php?g=575061&p=3984826
Subject: HTML5 Programming
What is the basic structure for a webpage?
To create the best user experience, you want to follow a traditional webpage structure for your website. This typically looks like this: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> </body> </html> There are some other tags you can add to be more specific about your content, but we can cover that in another lesson.
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