We’re here to help! The Groton Public Library’s Reference Librarians provide assistance during all hours the Library is open. We can provide the answers to questions on a wide range of topics and if we can’t find the answer, we’ll refer you to other possible sources of information or assistance.
Your Reference Librarian is ready to help you:
- Find a book here or in another library.
- Locate information in books, periodicals, databases, and on the Internet.
- Use the catalog.
- Use the online databases (including showing you how to find articles from magazines like Consumer Reports, or research your family tree with HeritageQuest and Ancestry.com).
- Sign-in to use the computers and show you how to search the Internet or use other computer applications.
- Suggest good books.
- And much more, just ask us!
What we can’t do:
- Conduct extensive research for patrons.
- Conduct extensive family history research.
- Provide advice on medical, tax, or legal matters.
Can’t get to the library? No problem. Call us at 978-448-8000 during library hours. Or send us an email. Visit the “Ask a Librarian“ page to learn how.