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Tutor profile: Samantha S.

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Samantha S.
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Subject: Writing

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How many sentences must I write to complete a paragraph?

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Samantha S.
Answer:

There are always exceptions, but aim for a minimum of three sentences.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I have a job interview tomorrow, and I've been told I should know something about the company who's interviewing me. I looked on their website, but it only gave me high-level information. How do I find out more?

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Samantha S.
Answer:

Use your public (or school) library's electronic databases and search the ones that are specific to business, such as Hoovers or Dun & Bradstreet. You can also learn interesting facts by searching the library's newspaper and magazine databases. Use the company's name as your key word for your first search.

Subject: English

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I've been told to write what I know. What if I don't know much (or anything) about the subject I'm assigned?

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Samantha S.
Answer:

Research your topic. A search on Google may be a general starting point. But a better place to find information on a topic is to use your library's electronic databases, which are subject specific. It's also important to identify unique and pertinent key words for successful search results.

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