The private investigator archives: Free Internet research and librarian assistance

Public libraries are a free source of periodicals and proprietary databases, many of which can be searched remotely. In Questions? – Answers from the Internet I included links to a list of public library Web sites and a real-time research librarian service. There are also online reference sites for specific regions. If you have a Connecticut library card you can make use of the 24/7 infoAnyTime, an online chat tool that connects you to a reference librarian. An added benefit of infoAnyTime is real-time Web co-browsing, enabling a researcher to guide you through your Internet search.

See a list of many of the virtual reference services available in the United States and internationally.

Legal journals and genealogical databases are a few of the many computerized resources offered by public libraries.

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2 thoughts on “The private investigator archives: Free Internet research and librarian assistance

  1. I am looking for my father, Rudolf Johannes Rudman. I would like to know where he is living and any other contact details. I live in South Africa and I think he still does too. He was last living on the South Coast.

  2. All i want to find out (for free) is whether or not a person called Dragon kakovan is still married. i live in australia, gold coast. I have done some research but all i get is american results. thank you

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