The author/activist/blogger Cory Doctorow is the subject of this week's post. If you are interested in the future of the Internet, surveillance policies and their effects, how copyright laws influence society, young adult (and just plain old adult) fiction, contemporary capitalism an
The Library is pleased to announce the arrival of a new film-streaming service - Kanopy - for the Phillips Academy community. Kanopy allows users to stream over 26,000 films, including must-see classic films from The Criterion Collection, documentaries from The Great Courses and PBS,
Seeking to highlight the immense ecological impact human society has had on Earth, scientists, philosophers, environmentalists, cultural critics, and others have advanced the idea that we have moved beyond the Holocene and into a new geological period in Earth's history - the Anthropo
This resource provides the Phillips Academy community with information on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) legislation, President Trump's decision to end DACA, U.S. immigration policies, DACA-centric activism, and the economic effects of DACA.
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
Thanks to an Abbot grant, the OWHL is excited to announce its latest project: The Bell Tower: an anthology of student work. The Bell Tower will be a curated collection of exemplary student work produced over the course of a single school year in all disciplines, published in print and
The OWHL is excited to announce the start of the OWHL Research Scholars Program, a student-driven program where participants can research their passions, discover new interests, and grow their information and digital literacy skills. Click through to learn more!