E-Mail your Question
The Thousand Oaks Library Reference
Staff welcomes E-Mail questions that can be readily answered using
WHAT is E-Mail Reference?
InfoChoice E-Mail Reference provides brief
answers to factual or informational questions that can be answered concisely
from the library's available resources. If more in depth research is required,
we can suggest resources or search strategies that might help you find what you
HOW to ask a question:
Fill in the E-Mail
Reference Form below.
Describe the question or problem to be researched
as clearly and completely as possible. Include details and other information
that may help us answer your question.
Telling us what knowledge you already have and
why you need the information can help us meet your needs.
FOR EXAMPLE: In my 9th
grade social studies class we’re talking about how different life was for
our parents and grandparents when they were our age. I want to know what $100
could buy in 1930 and in 1950 vs. what it can buy today.
Asking: How has the value of the dollar
changed over the past 75 years? Does
not give us enough information to help you get the information you need.
WHEN can I expect a response?
Every effort will be made to answer your question
as soon as possible, usually by the end of the following business day, excluding
weekends. If you need a more immediate response, please call
the Reference Department at (805) 449 2660 and press "4" for the
Use this form to submit your question.
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question to: InfoChoice@mx.tol.lib.ca.us