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Environmental Management @ Webster University Library

This guide offers resources to students of this online Master Degree program.

How can I get help with my literature review?

Here are some examples of literature reviews (from the PsycInfo database):

Skoog, I. (2011). Psychiatric disorders in the elderly. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 56(7), 387-397. 

Leadley, R. M., Armstrong, N., Reid, K. J., Allen, A., Misso, K. V., & Kleijnen, J. (2014). Healthy aging in relation to chronic pain and quality of life in Europe. Pain Practice, 14(6), 547-558. doi:10.1111/papr.12125

Winterton, R., Warburton, J., & Oppenheimer, M. (2013). The future for Meals on Wheels? Reviewing innovative approaches to meal provision for ageing populations. International Journal of Social Welfare, 22(2), 141-151. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2397.2012.00889.x

Watch and learn with Webster U. Library webinars:

Visit our webinars page to see tutorials that will sharpen your research skills and offer helpful guidance in doing a capstone, thesis, or advanced research project. Recorded webinars may be watched at your convenience. Live webinars offer an interactive experience with Webster U. librarians present to answer your questions.

Contact a librarian for help:

What should I do if I need assistance?

It's okay to ask questions.  The librarian listed on the right side of the page is specifically assigned to support gerontology students and faculty. We also have librarians available nights and weekends (see the Help information at the bottom right).

We welcome questions from all of our students, whether you are in the St. Louis area, elsewhere in the U.S., at an international campus, or taking an online class.