We're here to help! By phone or in-person, the Watauga 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:
Locate books, movies, music, and magazines here or at another library.
Locate information online, in books, periodicals, or databases.
Sign up or RSVP for Library programs and classes
Utilize the catalog to search for materials.
Acquire information about local organizations and community resources.
Take advantage of all the great resources at your disposal, such as our online language-learning database and online tutoring.
Sign-in to use the computers and help you search the Internet or use other computer applications.
Suggest good books.
And much more!
What we can't do:
Conduct extensive research for patrons.
Conduct extensive family research.
Provide advice on medical, tax, or legal matters.
Write resumes or cover letters (although we will gladly assist in helping you get started).