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GLBC 1200 - Making an Impact: Learning Service

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Graphic of hands holding up a globeThis research guide and our website at http://library.webster.edu provide resources to support students in the Global Keystone seminar, Making an Impact: Learning Service.

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 the Research Librarian or their Seminar Librarian

Research Guides for related GCP topics & courses

It should be no surprise that other Global Citizenship Program Cornerstone and Keystone courses cover topics similar to this Cornerstone course. Here are a few related Research Guides that list resources that may be of interest to you. 

City Life: St. Louis (KEYS 4012) - This GCP Keystone course covers St. Louis race relations (and related topics). It's Research Guide includes books on the topic, U.S. Census data, crime and justice statistics, maps, and Webster Groves history.

Living Generously (KEYS 4022) - Covers volunteer opportunities in St. Louis and the U.S., materials on ethical volunteering and wise philanthropy.

This is the Place (GLBC 1200) -- Check out the pages on this Cornerstone guide on Webster Groves history and on several of Webster University's international campuses.