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Helpful Tips

We recommend dedicating a browser to your Gustavus Google Account, like Chrome or Firefox. Logging into multiple Google accounts (Gmail and Gustavus GusMail), will likely prevent or complicate access to resources. If Chrome is your favorite browser and you want to use it for both personal and Gustavus accounts you can set up multiple separate sessions by following these instructions. 


Moodle is accessible anywhere through a browser by navigating to and login with your Gustavus credentials.

Instructions for setting up the mobile app:

Microsoft Office

Did you know you can download the Microsoft Office Suite at no additional cost? Visit to access Office365 online or download the Office suite onto your device.

Google Drive

Google Drive at Gustavus offers unlimited file storage and easy collaboration with instructors or other students by allowing file sharing. Navigate to and login with your Gustavus credentials if prompted.

Google Drive mobile app: Android or iPhone
Google Drive training on Infobase:

Google Meet

Google Meet is a video conferencing application. The solution enables users to make video calls with up to 250 users per high-definition video meeting that can be recorded. It shows a Join button for users to connect to the meeting and provides options to mute and turn off the video during the meeting.

Google Meet from a mobile device:

Ways you can use Google Meet:

  • Live lectures / webinars
  • One on one virtual meetings
  • Group virtual meetings
  • Student group work

Tips for using Google Meet:

Mute the Microphone in a live lecture by clicking the microphone icon on screen.
No Internet? You can call in from a phone using the “Join by phone” options in google Hangouts meet.

Google Meet Tutorials:

Set up a pre-scheduled google meet through google calendar:
Start a google meet instantly:
Record your meeting and other helpful tips:


Zoom is our new video conferencing application and it has some fantastic features, including: breakout rooms, whiteboard options, host controls, waiting room, polling, plus many others. The solution enables users to make video calls with up to 300 users, share their video, audio, screen, and can be recorded. The application (computer or mobile device) allows users to join pre-scheduled meetings from calendar events, choose a link, enter meeting code and even dial in from their phones if the invitation includes a phone number. Ways you can use Zoom: Live lectures / webinars; One on one virtual meetings; Group virtual meetings; Student group work; or Recorded presentations. Zoom can be downloaded from the Managed Software Center (Mac) or the Software Center (PC) on your Gustavus issued computer.

Video Tutorials on how Zoom works

Zoom from a mobile device:

Google Chat

Google Chat makes it easy to communicate one on one or with a group of people. Google Chat is available in your GusMail interface.

Google Chat mobile app: Android or iPhone


Infobase is an online, on demand, training site that offers over 50,000 tutorial videos on over 250 technology applications, including Microsoft, Google, and Adobe. Topics are subdivided into very small chunks, and presented in videos of one or two minutes, so learners can easily and quickly find the training they need on specific topics. 24/7 access to training offers flexible, just-in-time learning - no more registering or waiting for a class to happen some time in the future. Infobase narrated video tutorials are ready when you are! Simply type your keywords, optionally add filters for application, topic and category, and click the Search button.

Virtual Lab

Use virtual lab in these scenarios:

  • You need to access secure sites and you don’t have a secure wifi connection.
  • You need to access library content.
  • You need access to Adobe Creative Cloud Tools, SPSS, or other software that you do not have on your personal device. For a list of software on the virtual lab, navigate to

3 ways to access virtual lab:

Scan to PDF from a Mobile Device

iPhone Users
We recommend using the Notes app that is already on all iPhones. You can scan items using your phone camera and save as PDF. You can then choose to share that PDF via email, text, or Google Drive. For more information on this process, please navigate to 

Android Users
We recommend using the Google Drive app that can be installed from . You can can items using your phone camera and save as a PDF. You can then choose to share that JPDF via Google Drive. For more information on this process, please navigate to 

Internet Resources Near You

Many Internet and cellular service providers have stepped up during the crisis to offer options for those in need. We encourage you to check with your local services to see what may work for you: