Entries tagged with ‘research’

Guest Post! What is Feminism?

Today we welcome guest blogger Ashley Evans, the Library’s academic assistant, for the first post is a series on feminism resources. (Please note that you will need your Gustavus user ID/password to access some of these materials.) As many of you know, the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library holds thousands of books on all different subjects. […]

August Hours and Services-Updated

From August 17-Sept. 1, the library will be open Monday-Thursday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Please check the library’s website for our September hours. We are pleased to offer mediated pickup for those who would prefer to limit their time on campus and/or in buildings.  Please use the “Hold” feature in the library’s online catalog to request […]

Summer Hours – Request Form

The library is providing mediated pickup of materials in the foyer through July 31, 2020.  For your safety and ours, individuals who need specific items (e.g. books, DVDs, music scores) are asked to arrange for mediated pickup in the library’s foyer; please fill out a materials request form.  If you need a portion of a work […]

COVID-19 Closure

Building Access: To minimize risk of COVID-19 transmission, the Library building will close at 4:45 pm on Friday, March 20th and remain closed until further notice. Although the building is closed, your library colleagues will continue to support the Gustavus community with a range of services to enable and enhance remote teaching and learning.  Please Stay […]

Stay Connected to the Library

…while we navigate through COVID-19.  Find up-to-date information on resources for remote learning through our  Stay Connected LibGuide.

Library Matters / Libraries Matter: Infrastructure Part Two

A few weeks ago, I wrote that the Library provides the infrastructure that supports most undergraduate and a big chunk of faculty research across campus. Today I’m going to unpack what that means. When we think about research, we often picture the scientist in the lab, hunched over her microscope. Sometimes she’s working with students, […]

LGBT History Month

Happy LGBT History month! We’ve got several resources for you to explore. First, stop by the display inside the Library entrance to check out recommended books. Consult our  Guide to Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies to explore some of the many research resources available through our library’s print and online collections. You can also read about […]

Nobel Conference Display

Are you excited about the upcoming Nobel Conference? So are we! The Library maintains a permanent display for the Nobel Conference right inside the entrance of the library. (Look for the portrait of Count Folke Bernadotte – the display is right behind it.) We leave the display up all year, so as the information you […]

Welcome (back)!

We want to extend a big welcome to all new and returning Gusties. As we walk around the building on the first day of the academic year, it’s wonderful to see students already settling into study spaces at the Gustavus Library and browsing our collections. Whether this is your first day at Gustavus or you’ve […]

Library Matters / Libraries Matter: Open Access

Welcome back to our Library Matters / Libraries Matter blog series, where we share insights into the issues, questions and opportunities libraries consider on a regular basis. This week, we’re celebrating Open Access Week at the Library, joining a community of researchers, publishers and librarians who advocate for removing barriers to scholarly publications. Open Access […]