This is the first installment in a new weekly OWHL series about important artists, authors, and ideas. Future posts will provide introductions to everything from the “anthropocene” to Ursula K. LeGuin to Slavoj Žižek. The incomparable Nina Simone kicks-off the series.
Check out some of the articles OWHL staff has been reading and discussing in anticipation of the "Libraries in a Post-Truth World" conference. This new era of "alternative facts" ushers in an urgent opportunity for librarians and educators. Join the conversation with us on Thursday, J
As the dust settles in this post-election season, the OWHL would like to propose one possible issue for unification: news literacy. As educators, we want to prepare our students to pursue and analyze the news so that they in turn can become informed, engaged citizens. How can we do th
Last week of class, last full week of February, and last chance to place your bet in the OWHL's Oscar Pool! Will you be watching this Sunday? With that in mind, let's revisit Chris Rock's article from the Hollywood Reporter as well as take a look at some other gems from the internet t
Head of School Day came and went this week, and it was glorious. We hope everyone got to enjoy the day, especially now that it's no longer freezing. Check out some of our favorite links from this week and have yourself a wonderful weekend!
Happy Friday, everybody! Between the Super Bowl, Beyonce, and Harry Potter announcement, there was a lot to be excited about this week. All-caps-excited. See what our favorite links around the web were this week and have a great weekend!