You have questions, we have answers – on any topic!
If you have a question that will take a while to answer, you can book an appointment with FVRL staff. Book a Librarian means you will have uninterrupted time with one of our information experts. These one-on-one appointments are meant to help you with technology or get you started on any topic.
Appointments last roughly 30 minutes. Due to staffing limitations, we are unable to conduct lengthy research for you.
Not sure if your question is lengthy? Submit it through our Questions? email service and we’ll have a look!
Request an appointment
Complete this form to request an in-person appointment and a library staff member will contact you to set a time or to let you know about other available services that may better meet your needs. We will make every effort to respond to you within 48 hours (depending upon the business hours of the library you select).
If you need immediate assistance, please call or visit your closest FVRL location during regular business hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to make an appointment?
This service is available to all individuals, organizations and businesses.
I need to cancel my appointment. What's the best way to do this?
Please call the library where your appointment is booked as soon as possible to cancel.
What type of technology can you help with?
- Basic computer help.
- Downloading eBooks and/or audiobooks.
- Other FVRL Digital Content
- Using your device.
- Using the Internet and/or email.
- Using a specific app.
What kinds of questions or topics can you help with?
- Finding a good read, for you or your book group.
- General library resources, including databases.
- A research project for school.
- Business plan research and small business resources.
- Consumer and health education.
- Research into investments.
- Genealogy resources.
- Local historical research using newspaper archives.
We do not provide medical, legal, or business advice or opinion nor do we proofread your document, resume, or cover letter, but we can point you to the resources and organizations that do.
Fraser Valley Regional Library observes a strict confidentiality policy. Your question will always remain confidential.