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Subject: Information Technology

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Unless otherwise specified by an MLIS instructor, what version of APA has been designated for writing research papers.

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APA 7

Subject: Study Skills

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As a college student, if you are taking a 3 unit, how many hours are you expected to study each week in that course alone?

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Expect to dedicate a minimum of 12-15 hours per week to one 3-unit college/ graduate course. As a rule of thumb, for each unit of credit, expect to dedicate at least 3-4 hours of study time plus at least 1 hour of lecture for any college/graduate level course. Therefore, for one 3-unit course alone: (3 units) x ( 3hours of study+ at least 1 hour of lecture)=(12 hours per week). (3 units) x (4hours of study+ at least 1 hour of lecture)= (15 hours per week).

Subject: Art History

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Considered to be the earliest prototypes of museums as a means of displayed collections, these cabinets of curiosities were developed in the 1500s, after the Age of Exploration. What is another name for these curiosity cabinets?

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Wunderkammers

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