Connecticut State Library - As the principal library for all branches of state government, the Information Services Division provides access to comprehensive collections in law and legislation; public administration and policy; state, federal and local government; CT history and genealogy; newspapers; and archives.
The Library is open to the public and is frequently used by state agency employees, legislators and their staffs, judges, law clerks, attorneys and legal researchers, historians, genealogists, students and business people.
findIT CT: Statewide library catalog. Search public libraries, university libraries and more throughout the state of Connecticut.
Hartford Public Library - Explore Hartford Public Library’s catalog and resources for youth and adults at the main library or at one of the branch locations.
Internet Public Library - The Internet Public Library is a global information community that provides in-service learning and volunteer opportunities for library and information science students and professionals, offers a collaborative research forum and supports and enhances library services through the provision of authoritative collections, information assistance and information instruction for the public.
National & International Library Catalogs
Library of Congress - The Library of Congress is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
Libraries.org - A directory of libraries worldwide. While the majority of the current listings are in North America, the numbers of libraries represented in other parts of the globe is growing. Each listing includes links to the library’s website and online catalog. Other information available includes the geographic location, address, library type, current and previous library automation systems used, and the size of the library’s collection.