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Tutor profile: Elizabeth M.

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Elizabeth M.
Librarian, writer, editor and teacher with 37 years experience
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Subject: Study Skills

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What are 3 methods that help a student remember information?

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Elizabeth M.
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1) Writing the information down 2) Reading the information out loud 3)) Mnemonics such as making up a song or acronym about the information or relating the information to something you already know well.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is the 80/20 principle in collection development?

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80% of the collection is circulated 20% of the time. Conversely, 20% of the collection is circulated 80% of the time.

Subject: English

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Demonstrate your understanding of the proper usage of their, there and they're. by using each in a sentence.

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Elizabeth M.
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Sally went to visit her cousins at their house. Please place your completed test there. They're moving to Michigan.

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