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Tutor profile: Melvin N.

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Melvin N.
Graduate of the University of North Texas with a M.S. in Library Science
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Subject: Study Skills

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I keep reading for hours and can't seem to retain any information what can I do?

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Melvin N.
Answer:

There are many possible solutions to this issue. The one that works best for me is to read less at a time and try to teach (to a friend or a mirror) what you have learned. As an example, If you are studying World War I, read about the ally system and take a pause. Write down a summary of what you read and try to explain it to another person. Writing and reciting the information will help you remember the content and if your audience has a question or two you are unsure of you know what you have to study more of.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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While working in a public library there becomes an issue with a certain houseless patron's hygiene. to put it bluntly, they have an unfortunate odor about them. Some library staff believes that the patron should be ejected because they are, in a way bothering the staff and other patrons. Can the library ethically remove the individoual? What are other solutions to this situation?

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Answer:

Legally speaking, patrons' actions, appearance, and (potentially) smell can be regulated by libraries if it affects other patrons' access to the resources. This can only be done though if the library's policies on the matter are well defined and universally applied. So yes, the patron can be removed under certain circumstances but is it ethical? The ALA has made the point in their literature that the main purpose of libraries is to provide services to those who need them most. It is difficult to argue that the homeless don't need or deserve library services so denying them access to the library can be seen as unethical. Instead, it may be better for libraries that face these problems to ally with other community organizations to better help patrons facing issues like these.

Subject: Management

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What are the differences between S and C corporations?

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Melvin N.
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C corporations and S corporations are taxed differently. C's have the owner's income is taxed separately from the business's income while an S's income, losses, etc. are reported on a personal tax form. S corporations also have a limit on the number of share-holders they can have while c-corporations do not.

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