State Library Employee Earns MLIS Degree

Aug 24, 2015

Angela Wolff

Angela Wolff

In May, Wyoming State Library employee Angela Wolff earned her Master of Library and Information Science degree, with a concentration was in management, digitization and preservation of cultural heritage. She began working on her MLIS in fall 2012 and joined the WSL staff as a library technician in September 2014. “I loved learning about special collections and preserving cultural resources, but I also enjoyed learning about programming library services and teaching information literacy,” she said. Her final semester’s project was a lengthy 100+ page electronic portfolio demonstrating her competency in in every area of librarianship, her work fueled by “at least one bag of Ghirardelli chocolate squares per week for 16 weeks.”

Did you know? Eleven of the Wyoming State Library’s 16 employees hold master’s degrees — 10 in library science and one in education. Our information professionals are glad to answer your questions. Please call us at 777-6333 or email any time we may help.

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