|Finding Useful Websites And Information Is Only A Click Away|
Regional Library Ready Reference A Treasure List Of Resources
|By Patte Wood|
Looking for the Bath County Web Page? Consumer Information? Local School District Websites? The Rockbridge County Web Page? The Online Farm Journal? Head Start Information? Bartlett's Familiar Quotations online? VMI's Library holdings? Tax Forms? or The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries website?
If you haven't found it already, the Rockbridge Regional Library online Ready Reference webpage has dozens of useful links to a large variety of websites that residents can find quickly and link to.
All you have to do is go to http://www.youseemore.com/rockbridge/readyref.asp and they will be at your fingertips.
Major categories include Web Search; A+ Data Bases; Bath County; Books (Alibris, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Bookfinder; NY Times Book Review and others); Buena Vista; Business & Employment (JobHunt, U.S. Government Jobs, Career Magazine, America's Job Bank, U.S. Small Business Administration, VEC and others); Consumer Information (Better Business Bureau, Consumer World, Kelley Blue Book, NADA); Education and Schools; Entertainment; Federal Government; Genealogy; Health Information (AMA Physician Finder, AARP, Augusta Medical Center, Disability Resources on the Internet, Health A to Z, Kid's Health, MEDLINE, Senior Navigator and others); Legal Resources; Lexington; Libraries; Local Artists and Musicians; Local Interest (Appalachian Trail, McCormick Farm, Girl Scouts of Virginia, Glen Maury Park, Lee Chapel, VHC, Virginia Natural Resources Conservation Service and others); Newspapers; Reference (Encyclopedia Britannica Online, Family Resource and Referral Center, MapQuest, Language Dictionaries, Old Farmer's Almanac and others); Rockbridge County; State and Government Agencies; Tax Forms; and Universities and Colleges.
Links have been compiled by the library and by community input. If you have a suggestion for a link to be included on the Ready Reference webpage, contact the Regional Library.
Take a look and youâ€™ll be surprised at what you find.