A white woman with short dark hair standing in a park.

Hailey Siracky

BA (University of Alberta), MI (University of Toronto)
+1 (780) 497-5328

Hailey Siracky is a collections librarian and the subject librarian for Acupuncture, Hearing Aid Practitioner, Physical Education and Health, and the Therapist Assistant program. In addition, she oversees MacEwan's Zine collection and assists with instruction in the English department. Her scholarly interests include information literacy instruction, contemplative pedagogy, and personal information behaviour.
Selected Publications/Presentations/Conference Papers

Hartel, J. & Siracky, H. eds. (2022.) Joy of Information. [Special Issue.] Library Trends. Vol. 70 (4). https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/49935

Hartel, J., Latham, K.F., Tench, B., Samson, H., Siracky, H., & Chabot, R. (8 June 2021). Finding sanctuary and strength in the LIS classroom. [Panel.] Canadian Association of Information Science. Edmonton, AB., Canada. https://www.cais2021.ca/talk/9.hartel/

Siracky, Hailey. (2013) Spiritual journal keeping: An ethnographic study of content, materials, practice, and structure. Unpublished Master's Thesis, University of Toronto. https://hdl.handle.net/1807/42933