Category Archives: Gerontology

Accessing electronic books in gerontology

Webster students and faculty in the gerontology program have access to numerous electronic books through the library’s website. In this article, I will highlight two ways you can access ebooks. One source of ebooks is the library’s catalog. Books we … Continue reading

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Save searches and results with an EBSCOhost account

(Blog post courtesy of Georgiana Grant, Webster U. Library Reference Librarian). Do you worry about losing your flash drive with all of your research on it? Would you like to be able to re-run past database searches? Do you find … Continue reading

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Ageline database no longer available from AARP

The Ageline database has been bought by EBSCO, a vendor of databases, and is no longer freely accessible from the AARP website. We will look into this database next spring to see if it is something we might want to … Continue reading

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Encyclopedia of Gerontology is online

Webster students and faculty have online access to the Encyclopedia of Gerontology, a source for indepth information on topics related to the field. This resource covers historical developments as well as emerging trends internationally, and also references significant studies and … Continue reading

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Instructional video for Gerontology

Students new to the counseling program will be interested in the video Databases for Finding Articles and Information in Gerontology (3:48) recently created by the Webster University Library. This brief video acquaints you with the major databases that support research … Continue reading

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