Today’s the day! If you want to toss your hat in the ring for the chance to be this spring’s Lindell Scholar, the deadline for applications is Monday, December 2nd. Work with a librarian on a digital humanities project this spring and earn a $1,200 award. Check it out.
Looking to renew your ILL? Recent updates to our library catalog have changed a few steps in the process. Your ILLs will be visible in the My Checked Out Items list when you log in to view your library account. However, in order to see renewal options, you must click on the ILL Requests link on the right-hand […]
Join the community on Thursday, December 5th, between 3:00 and 4:30 in the Book Mark to congratulate and celebrate poet Matt Rasmussen. Matt’s first book or poetry, Black Aperture, was a finalist for this years’s National Book Award. There will be refreshments! And you can do some holiday shopping while you’re at it - because surely […]
Tuesday, November 26: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Wednesday, November 27: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Thursday, November 28 – Saturday, November 30: Closed. Sunday, December 1: 6:00 pm – 1:00 am.
You may have seen the news in the paper or on the college website or heard the announcement at the Gustavus Library Associates‘ Royal Affair – donors have committed funds and more are being raised to renovate the library. We’re excited about the possibilities but are especially interested in knowing what you think the library needs and what you […]
Every other year, the library offers a research opportunity funded by the Gustavus Library Associates. The Lindell Scholar receives a $1,200 award upon successful completion of the project. Because of the time commitment involved, applicants are strongly recommended to apply for independent study credit during the spring semester. Each project has a different focus. This […]
Librarians are offering two courses in the spring that might be a good fit for your interests and your schedules. Anna Hulseberg is teaching NDL 201 – Reading Workshop is a .25 credit pass/fail course that meets during the first half of spring semester on Wednesday afternoons, from 2:30 – 3:50. Students read and discuss a […]
Video of students at Gustavus talking about reference services in the library.
This resource highlight is brought to you by library intern Erik Johnson ’14. The Library has recently gotten access to ARTstor—a database of more than 1.4 million images, containing high-resolution pictures of everything from sculptures, to historical photographs, to impressive architecture. While this is obviously of great use to art and art history classes, the […]
It’s Open Access Week, a week when the potential for sharing scholarship widely is promoted and celebrated. If you aren’t entirely sure what “open access” means, it’s essentially putting scholarship online so that anyone can benefit from it. This has, of course, some implications for the traditional ways that scholarship is shared – through publishing […]