Hailey M Mooney

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209 Hatcher North
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1109
Librarian for Psychology & Sociology


Hailey is the subject specialist and liaison to the Department of Psychology, the Department of Sociology, and the Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies. She provides support and assistance to students, faculty, and staff in all aspects of research including finding and accessing materials, classroom instruction for library research, and purchasing items for the library collection. Please contact Hailey to ask a reference question or schedule an in-depth reference consultation, request classroom or small group instruction, or to request a purchase in support of psychology/sociology teaching and research.

Office Hours

Update: In-person office hours are cancelled. I am still able to meet virtually and will hold office hours by appointment only.

By appointment
Schedule a research consultation appointment through Hailey's online calendar, or email directly for assistance.


Hailey has a Master of Library and Information Science from Wayne State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Michigan. She has worked in academic libraries for over 10 years with roles in reference, data services, and as subject specialist in the social sciences. Hailey is also an occasional lecturer with the Department of Sociology, where she developed and teaches an undergraduate course on the Sociology of Fake News. Her scholarly work is currently focused on issues in fake news and information literacy, and previously concentrated on data-related scholarly communication practices.


Hailey provides the following support to faculty, staff, and students studying and/or conducting research in the areas of psychology, sociology, and organization studies:

  • Research Assistance
    Please email, call, visit my office hours, or request a meeting for assistance with library research and scholarly information in the areas of psychology and sociology
  • Instruction
    Request classroom instruction, online modules, a custom electronic library research guide tailored to class assignments, or small group instruction for research teams.
  • Collections
    Suggest materials for purchase: books, journals, films, databases, datasets, etc.
  • Liaison & Referral
    Assistance navigating all available library services and collections.
  • Research Data Services
    Support for finding data and statistics; data management plans; data sharing, publication, and preservation; data citation standards
  • Citation Management with Zotero
    Assistance and instruction setting up and using Zotero for citation management