Hack Library School is a blog dedicated to current library and information science students. The basis of the blog is to have critical conversations about the LIS field and share tips for other students going through grad school. The bloggers here come from across the world, in a wide variety of programs. It is a great community to be a part of and I have enjoyed having online conversations about my education.
Some posts include: Digital Literacy, Small Children, & Lots of Hugs [Farewell Post] [6/27/16]; My Theory Behind Librarianship [5/10/16]; Trickling Down from the Top: How Big Decisions Impact Us [12/7/15]
Blog on a monthly basis for Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). Each month I pick out a topic of interest or do a review on a recently published report that related to teen librarianship. You can check out all my articles on the author archive section or look through the blog post titles below.
Some posts include: YALS - Libraries and Learning: A Resource Guide for "Make, Do, Share" [4/29/16]; "What's Reference?" And Other Library Related Questions [12/26/15]; 30 Days of Teen Programming: Would This Work? A Graduate Student Contemplates Twitter [4/23/15]; Teens as Information-Mediaries [12/5/14]
Blogged during my undergraduate years at Coe College, in Cedar Rapids, IA. This blog was sponsored by the Admission Department and I was able to keep my "Hailley flair." During those four years, I amassed almost 600 posts. I blogged at least on a weekly basis helping to create a "real Kohawk experience."
During the month of May 2014, just after I had finished my undergraduate experience, I had the chance to go on a west coast road trip to see baseball. A lot of baseball. While not all these blog posts are mine, I was the de-facto blog manager. There are some great essays and I think this blog captures how much fun we had on this adventure.