Research & Reference
The Ridgefield Library is here to help in your quest for information. We provide answers to a broad range of questions pertaining to your personal, educational and professional needs, any time you need to ask them. We offer a carefully chosen selection of resources in numerous print and media formats, to help you find just what you need, from a book review to a recipeCheck the list at left to explore our resources by topic, or follow the links below for magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias and other general resources.
Contact: Adult Services Desk 203-438-2282 x12004 email@example.com
General Reference Sources
Encyclopedia BritannicaImage Collections
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia
Information Please Almanac
Library Spot Dictionaries, podcasts, speeches, maps, almanacs etc.
Old Farmer's Almanac
Reference USA Telephone directory information including residents and companies.
iCONN.org Connecticut’s Search Engine Click on Search Individual Resources in the bulleted section.
American Memories - from the Library of Congress.Research Documentation and Style Guidelines
New York Public Library Digital Gallery
APA Citation Style - from the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library at Long Island University’s C.W. Post Campus.
MLA Documentation - from the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
iCONN.org Citing Sources including Citation Machine
Use of Public Access Computers requires a library card. Guest cards are available as needed; inquire at any Service Desk. Free Wi-Fi is also available through the Library. More details.
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