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Tutor profile: Jenna M.

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Jenna M.
Librarian with expertise in youth services, K-12 education and public health
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Subject: Public Health

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I am interested in alternative medicine and would like to develop a presentation for my public health education capstone describing different modalities backed by reputable data. Where can I begin?

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Answer:

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health is a good place to get started with your research and can be found here https://www.nccih.nih.gov/. This website includes a list of health topics which you can browse to help you narrow your focus. For more articles, check out PubMed part of the National Library of Medicine found at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/. Here you can search the topics of your choice and access scholarly content to support your project.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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My professor requires that I cite my sources of information in APA format. Can you point in the right direction to make sure I am citing my sources correctly?

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Citing your sources can be daunting at first, but you have resources to help! One free resources to get you started is Zotero. Zotero is a citation manager that can help you build the citation. However, I always recommend comparing the resulting citation to the applicable style guide, which is APA in your case. You can verify the formatting on the official APA website at https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples. You will need to select what type of resource you are using (website, book, article, etc.).

Subject: Education

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Could you provide me with credible sources for a paper I am writing on the negative effects of limited access to early childhood literacy experiences and long-term educational attainment?

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Jenna M.
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Early childhood educational topics can be researched using your university's databases. Depending on your access, EBSCO databases may be your first source to research this topic. ERIC is a good database source for articles on child development topics. You should begin your search with the keywords: "early childhood" + "literacy" + "educational attainment".

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