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Tutor profile: Michelle S.

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Michelle S.
Library and Information Science
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Subject: Information Technology

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How can I boost my writing by enabling use of SEO

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Michelle S.
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SEO is a mindful art of insertion and also understanding how meta data tagging works.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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Where can I go to find scholarly journals online?

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There are a number of ways you can locate scholarly and academic journals online with ease. Using your available library resources is the first route of action that should be taken, as your local library has likely paid for database access. The second best place is to search online, Google Scholar is an example of a search engine that only sifts through scholarly based content and can be more specific than a generic Google search. Another way is to go to specific publisher websites and specifically seek out the information directly. The most direct way to access an article within a scholarly journal is to email one of the listed authors and they will likely email you the article direct for free. Try it sometime.

Subject: Computer Science (General)

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How do I use PowerPoint to create a presentation?

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Michelle S.
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Start by opening the program. What do we need to do with this presentation? What is the outcome you are looking to achieve? Let's talk about what you would like the program to do for you.

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