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Tutor profile: Wendy V.

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Wendy V.
Academic Librarian and Database Specialist
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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How can add a hard return in a cell within an Excel spreadsheet.

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Answer:

While typing in the cell, using the keyboard shortcut alt + enter will allow you to create a hard return.

Subject: Study Skills

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How can I organize my notes so that they make sense later?

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There are many ways to organize notes, trying different methods will help you find what works for you. For handwritten notes, try using a notebook with tabbed sections so that you can group topics together to add context and to aid in retrieval. For electronic notes, you can create a similar organization by creating folders and sub-folders. These can be organized by topic or date.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What's a primary research article and how can I find one?

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A primary research article presents the findings of an original research study conducted by the author(s). This is not to be confused with a review article that summarizes or comments on a research study. Typically, a primary research article will be presented in sections including: Introduction, literature review, methodology, results, and conclusion. To find this type of article in the library's databases, try adding "study" to the keywords in your search string. If you have a particular type of study in mind like, a case study or a survey, you can use those as search terms for more focused results. For example, if you were looking for a research article on the usability of library electronic resources you could try searching using the keywords: electronic resources AND libraries AND usability study. Additionally, research articles generally go through the peer-review process, so using the peer-review filter will help hone in on this type of article.

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