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Tutor profile: Carenado D.

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Subject: Professional Development

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How does continuous improvement relate to professional development?

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Professional development is a process of continuous improvement. It is the process of participating in formal and informal learning to ensure that you are keeping your skills and abilities sharp so that you can be as efficient and as effective as possible. Formal professional development can include training courses, seminars or webinars, or conferences, while informal professional development can include reading newsletters, articles, books, or following a listserv or blog.

Subject: Study Skills

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What are some practical ways to study better?

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Practical study skills revolve around preparation, time management, note-taking, and active reading. Some practical things that you can do are use a calendar to keep track of your assignment to-do list. Prioritize your tasks. join a study group for accountability. Take good notes during class and review them. Highlight and take notes as you read and read the text more than once. You can make flashcards to help study for a test. Don't cram before a test. Start reviewing early and give your yourself enough time to ask questions if there are concepts you still need help with.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is the difference between scholarly, popular, and trade journals?

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A scholarly journal has articles that have been written by experts and researchers in a specific field. They use research vocabulary, are research-related, and are peer-reviewed by colleagues in the field. Popular journals are written by journalists in generally easy to understand vocabulary meant to inform and entertain the reader. Trade journals are written by industry experts, but they are not peer-reviewed or scholarly. They are written to share opinions, news, or industry trends instead of advanced research.

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