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Interlibrary Reference

Do you need access to resources that your library doesn't have?

Would you like to talk to a colleague about the reseach you've done so far?

Could you use referral to the best available information sources in-state and out In- print and on the Web?

Or would you liketo turn the question over to us? ...or request that we do a search for you? We'll get back to you promptly with a response or suggested strategy.

New Mexico State Library Staff will "go to the Ends of the Earth" to help you serve your patrons.

The State Library uses its many resources to answer questions on topics such as Business

Census and statistics
Current issues
Federal agencies
Health Legislation

Library science
Native American and Hispanic studies
New Mexico history
State documents

Interlibrary Reference Hotline Number (for use by libraries only) - 1-800-876-2203
Hours: 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Who answers this phone?    Experienced, friendly librarians are ready to help you.

The state library staff will draw on our collections and databases, provide consultation, suggest research strategies, and more.  We answer questions immediately when we can or within two business days.

Tips for Library Users

Ask A Librarian

Got a burning question about Zozobra? Wondering what in the world is a wikiup? Curious about Chaco Canyon? Ask a librarian! The New Mexico State Library E-mail Reference Desk responds to questions within 2 business days or less. Post your puzzles using our online form.