When you cite a full text article retrieved from a Webster University Libraries database, some citation styles require you to cite the database name and/or a URL. Here’s how the University's most-used citation styles address this issue:
Be sure to check the citation guide for how to format the citation required for your assignment.
If the full-text is not available online (e.g. via Article Linker for articles or as an eBook), see our Request Books or Articles page to learn how the library can help students, faculty and staff to obtain the text (at no cost to you).
Business Source Complete, our largest business and management article database, offers primarily scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles from a variety of publications. It is often the best place to start searching for articles.
Search the Journal / magazine / newspaper A-Z list to discover if the periodical you seek is one of more than 80,000 titles available full-text online or in print from the library.
The following databases may provide a different focus for your search. You might use them in addition to Business Source Complete (above).