Services for KBS Researchers
The following information applies primarily to KBS specific patrons.
Because the Gull Lake Library is the most remote branch library in the MSU Libraries system, we assist two different types of patrons with services that are suited to their specific needs. KBS Patrons are those faculty and students who are located at the Kellogg Biological Station for an extended period of time to advance their studies or research.
- Request a book that KBS does not have
- All requests for material that is not located at the KBS branch library will go through the Interlibrary Services department of the MSU Libraries system. This includes items located on the main campus as well as materials not owned by MSU. If you have not set up an ILLiad profile, please contact the Gull Lake Library for assistance.
- Request Main Campus Articles via Document Delivery Service
- If you have never used ILLiad for Photoduplication services, please contact the Gull Lake Library for assistance.
- InterLibrary Loan Requests via ILLiad
- If you have not set up an ILLiad profile, please contact the Gull Lake Library for assistance.
- Book Purchase Requests
- If you would like to suggest a book for the Gull Lake branch to purchase for their collection, please e-mail the title, publisher and year/edition to the above address.
- Course Reserve Requests
- If you will be teaching a course on the KBS campus and would like to have materials placed on hold for your class, you may e-mail the list or place it in the library mailbox.
- KBS Contribution Number Requests
- The Gull Lake Library maintains a list of articles published from research that has been conducted at the station. To request a contribution number, please e-mail the article title, author(s), journal, year and any publication information you have.
- Commonly Used Indexes at KBS - A list of indexes most pertinent to the research conducted at the Kellogg Biological Station.
- Ecology and Evolution Online Resources - Commonly used online resources in the areas of ecology and evolution.
New to the Kellogg Biological Station?
If you have just arrived at KBS and would like to schedule a library tour and/or informational session, please stop by or e-mail us at: email@example.com