This guide contains helpful information for campus tutors to use during tutorials, including information about library resources and how to use them. Use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate the guide and find help with citations, database usage, and identifying reliable sources.
Tutors are available Sunday from 5-10pm and Monday-Thursday from 7-10pm in the Writing Center (Anderson 104) and in the Library (211). Tutors are also available in various other locations across campus depending on the semester. For the most up to date and accurate schedule, visit the Writing Center website, where you can view tutor hours and schedule an appointment.
email@example.com | x7429
office: main floor, staff area
firstname.lastname@example.org | x7552
office: lower level, facing Beck
email@example.com | x7566
office hours: main floor, staff area
firstname.lastname@example.org | x7572
office hours: upper level, archives
email@example.com | x7569
office: lower level, facing Beck
Michelle Twait | x756
office: main floor, library administration
Archives - Jeff Jenson x7572
Art/Art History - Dan Mollner x7569
Biology - Barbara Fister x7553
Chemistry - Barbara Fister x7553
Classics - Julie Gilbert x7552
Communication Studies - Rachel Flynn
Economics/Management - Jeff Jenson x7572
Education - Michelle Twait x7563
English - Barbara Fister x7553
Geography - Anna Hulseberg x7566
Geology - Dan Mollner x7569
Health/Exercise Science - Rachel Flynn
History - Jeff Jenson x7572
Math/Computer Science - Michelle Twait x7563
Modern Languages - Dan Mollner x7569
Music - Dan Mollner x7569
Nursing - Anna Hulseberg x7566
Philosophy - Anna Hulseberg x7566
Physics - Barbara Fister x7553
Political Science - Julie Gilbert x7552
Psychological Science - Anna Hulseberg x7566
Religion - Julie Gilbert x7552
Scandinavian Studies - Barbara Fister x7553
Sociology/Anthropology - Dan Mollner, x7569
Theatre/Dance - Anna Hulseberg x7566
If the Gustavus library doesn’t have a particular book or article you’re looking for, you can request it from another library through interlibrary loan. An easy way to submit an ILL request is by clicking the yellow "Find It" button that appears under the item you've searched for. The button will take you to a new page, then click the link under "Borrow from Other Libraries" and log in with your Gustavus account. After assuring that the information in the request from is correct, click "submit request." Alternatively, you can follow the steps outlined below:
Requests are generally fulfilled within a few days to a week, depending on the availability of the material and the library it is borrowed from. For more information, FAQs, and a video tutorial, see the ILL page on the library website.
Research Guides: Here, you can find resources broken down by subject, discipline, and even by course. You can also locate the Research Guides by clicking on “Research Guides” on the left side of the library homepage.
Quick Answers: For library FAQs and answers about anything from how to use the scanner to where the reference books are located, the Quick Answers page is full of helpful information.
Academic Tutors: The Center for Academic Resources and Enhancement (CARE) compiles a list of all academic tutors and their tutoring times and locations every semester. Click here to find a tutor in your subject.