For personal assistance in tracking down materials or information, contact the reference staff in the Adult Services Department (262-636-9217) or the Youth Services Department (262-636-9245), or check the Ask RPL page.
To search on your own, or when the library is closed, try these web sites:
- Google (a search engine)
- Internet Public Library (web links arranged by subject)
- BadgerLink A free statewide service, provides web-based magazine and newspaper indexes and Encyclopedia Britannica to residents of Wisconsin.
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The following are topics that we are asked about most frequently at the reference desk. Clicking on a topic will open a page with links to the web sites we have found to be most useful, and lists of library resources.
|Battle of the Books||Booklists||Britannica Online|
|English Festival Titles||Find a Good Book||Homework Help|
|Games||Resources for Parents