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Angela Warsinske Author Archive


Email: angela.warsinske@rhpl.org  

Angela is a Youth Services Librarian in Southeast Michigan where she also received her Masters in Library Science. She has two young children including one that was born in March 2020 at the beginning of the health pandemic.


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Libraries Celebrate Community with New Murals

In 2020, through the global pandemic and the rise of voices for social justice, libraries across the country found their own means of expression through art. In particular, three libraries celebrated the diversity of their communities with the creation of new library murals.

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Online Learning Opportunities for Babies

Eight months have gone by since the beginning of the pandemic. This means that anyone younger than 8 months has probably not been inside of a library. If they have it hasn’t been the library experience their older brothers and sisters experienced. We are not getting to know our infant patrons in the same manner […]

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Library’s 3D Printer Makes a Difference

As the presence of 3-D printers grows in public libraries across the nation, patrons utilize them for custom orders and librarians continue to question and discover new ways for their usage to be incorporated into library programming and the overall mission of building community.

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The 24/7 Library

Revisiting the 24/7 library idea.