If you think a librarian’s job is to read books, you’ve got some bad information. The work of a reference librarian is all about good information: knowing where to find it, helping sort through it, and finely sifting through to locate the specific information and resources necessary to help customers in their lives.
If you are looking for information resources, your librarian can help. A team of professional reference librarians is on call and available 24/7 through your local library and griver.org. The Ask a Librarian link on the Great River Regional Library (GRRL) home page provides links to reference service through GRRL staff and also through a statewide AskMN service.
GRRL reference librarians are highly trained and experienced, including Ph.D. and MLS qualified researchers. If you’ve got questions, don’t be afraid to ask. We love to find answers.