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Tutor profile: Monica B.

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Monica B.
Librarian and library manager with experience in the library field.
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Subject: Spanish

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¿Cuáles son reglas generales para diferenciar entre el modo subjuntivo y el indicativo? Provea una oración con cada uno. (What are the general rules to differentiate between subjunctive and indicative mood in Spanish? Provide a sentence for each one.)

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In Spanish, the indicative mood is one of the three moods. It is used to talk about things that are certain or objective such as facts, descriptions, scheduled events, desires, doubts, wishes, conjectures, and possibilities. Some trigger words include: Ojalá (hopefully), a menos que (unless), antes de que (before). Sentence: Me voy a casa antes de que empiece a llover. Another mood is the subjunctive mood, and is used to talk about facts and statements that are subjective and or possible but not certain such as doubts, wishes, recommendations, unknowns, and opinions about the likelihood of other events occurring. Some trigger words include: dudar que (to doubt), es esencial de que (It's essential that), es fundamental que (is fundamental that). Sentence: Dudo que ellos vengan a la fiesta.

Subject: Study Skills

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What are some of the study skills and strategies to succeed while in college?

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Transitioning from high school to college posses challenges the student must be prepared for. Freshman college students will be faced with a new environment, academic competitiveness, independence, and in some cases, a lack of adequate study skills. Some of the study skills that should be employed by students include managing your time productively to ensure minimal distractions during a designated class and study time, study for success by creating a plan and schedule you commit to, maximize class lectures by seeking clarification as needed, training your memory and increase your comprehension of the content by using the SQ3R method, prepare for exams, be an active learner, contact your professor for additional questions, use the library resources, and reach out to tutors for extra support. But what type of learner are you? Knowing this will be key to help you succeed.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What are the library classifications systems used in most U.S. libraries? What is the importance and purpose of library classification?

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Monica B.
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Library classification is the arrangement of the collection in logical order from the general to the most specific subject of the resource. The most common classification systems used in the United States are Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC), Library of Congress (LC), and National Library of Medicine (NLM). Most academic libraries use the Library of Congress (LC), school libraries use Dewey Decimal (DDC) and medical libraries use a combination of National Library of Medicine (NLM) classification system and the Library of Congress (LC). Classification systems are important because it facilitates subject access, provides location information for the resource and maintains an organized and logical approach of the organization of the collection. When cataloging an item, a book can have one location but may have multiple subject terms.

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