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GLBC 1200 - From Star Gazing to Star Wars: Future Filmmakers

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Star Constellation Universe picture from NeedPix.comThis research guide and our website at provide resources to support students in Steven Werner's Global Keystone seminar, From Star Gazing to Star Wars: Future Filmmakers.

Please contact our Research Librarians or your Seminar Librarian for help with assignments for this course or any others. (See boxes at left.)

Library session learning objectives

During the library sessions, students will:

  • Understand that how and why information is published influences its depth, content and perspective. 
  • Learn how to find relevant library resources (articles, books, websites, etc.) for your assignments in this course and others.
  • Learn how to get help from a Research Librarian or their Seminar Librarian

Research Guides and School of Communications (SOC) links

Film Studies @ Webster University Library

This research guide from the School of Communications' librarian, Sarah Reando, is a great place to start for research materials on courses within this program. 

School of Communications @ Webster University Library 

This research guide is a "road map" to information on your topic. Use this to find suggested resources for your research, or to explore for learning outside the classroom. You may also see contact info. for Sarah Reando, your Liaison Librarian, who is available to assist you with all your research needs for classes within the SOC. 

School of Communications -- Webster University

The Webster University School of Communications (SOC) offers programs covering a wide range of communication specialties. The curriculum integrates theory and practice, emphasizes experiential learning, promotes creative thinking and incorporates global learning experiences.