Using Ask a Librarian
You can email to a Delaware librarian. These options are found on our patron portal page for Ask a Librarian Delaware.
- Email: Visit answers.delawarelibraries.org and fill out the form to ask your question. Please select your home library and provide your email address so that your question gets to the right person for help. Someone will get back to you within 2-3 business days.
Good to know:
Most questions can be addressed through answers.delawarelibraries.org.
Our librarians can assist you in finding specific contact information for your local library visit: delawarelibraries.org/list-of-libraries
- Ask a Librarian Delaware can be used on any Internet-connected device. It is responsive enough for mobile/smartphones as well!
- Be informal, but courteous.
- Be respectful.
- Some questions require us to search a bit.
- To receive transcripts and follow-up emails, please ensure you allow emails from Springshare/LibAnswers for Ask a Librarian Delaware.
While every effort is made to provide accurate and authoritative information, Ask a Librarian Delaware does not control the content of resources used. The user agrees to hold the participating libraries harmless from any claims, losses, damages, obligations, or liabilities relating to the use of information obtained from these services. The provision of any factual information or materials, and the identification of other resources that may be useful in obtaining additional information cannot be construed as legal or medical advice. The librarians may offer you sources to use and suggestions on where to search, but are prohibited by law from offering legal or medical advice or opinions. Only a professional practitioner can provide specific advice and direction in resolving legal and/or medical issues.
Agreement of Use
By using this service you agree not to send any question or content that is illegal, harassing, libelous, threatening, harmful, obscene, or otherwise objectionable. You agree not to send any question or content that otherwise violates any applicable local, state, national, or international law.
Policy of Mutual Respect
We treat our patrons with respect and expect the same in return. Unacceptable behavior includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Using offensive or obscene language or language of a racist/sexist nature.
- Transmitting messages that harass or threaten the librarians.
- Threats related to loss of life or bodily harm.
- Deliberately wasting librarian effort or time in a way that denies service to other legitimate users of the service.
Please note the librarian may send you web pages and electronic documents from a variety of sources. These may include sources found in proprietary databases. All current database licenses apply. Please notice that material may be protected by copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code) and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998). Further reproduction may not be authorized. Responsibility for any possible copyright infringement lies solely with the user.