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GLBC 1200 - Explore U

Where do I start to find scholarly articles?

Where can I find articles that focus on psychological, social or cultural issues?

Why not just use Google Scholar?

Google Scholar can be a useful source for finding journal articles, but there are advantages found in the article databases offered through the Webster U. Library, including:

  • features that let you customize your search
  • access to more full text
  • integration with other library services (e.g. chat, delivery services, etc.).

Librarians are available to offer suggestions for how best to find the information you need.

Connecting Google Scholar to Webster University Library content

Finding article in full-text result


1. Enter keyword into the "Search box".

2. Search result at the right column with full-text options available at Webster University Library.


3. Filtering result at the left column.