Tutor profile: Kimberly K.
Subject: Library and Information Science
How do I begin my library research?
Subject guides are a great way to begin and many libraries have their own, tailored to the resources that you will be able to access. A librarian who is an expect in the subject has already put together a list of the best databases, journals, and books on the topics that you are looking for. The next step is to get familiar with the library catalog, so that you can start searching all the materials available to you.
What kinds of study materials will help for the MPRE?
Lots of test prep courses offer free MPRE review courses, including BARBRI and Kaplan. If there is a course that you are planning on taking for your bar prep, you should think about looking at their free option. Then you can get a sense of how their materials and formats work. The National Conference of Bar Examiners also has free practice questions as well as study materials available for purchase on their website.
What kinds of sources can I use to help me write this paper?
For an English paper, you'll probably be looking for secondary sources that relate to your topic. We can start by finding things like criticism and commentary on the book that you're writing about, to see what other authors have thought about the subject.
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