Tutor profile: Anne C.
What is an Oxford Comma?
An Oxford Comma is a comma that is used when identifying three or more things in a statement or questions. It is placed after the second-to-last thing. For example, my favorite fruits are apples, oranges, and bananas. The Oxford Comma is the comma after the word "oranges."
Subject: Library and Information Science
What are some of the core tenets of librarianship?
Access, intellectual freedom, information literacy, privacy.
Which English poet and playwright is referred to as "The Bard?"
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