The Wardlaw+Hartridge School has two libraries for our students, faculty and staff: The Sonawalla Center for Global Learning and the Lower Snowdon Lower School Library. Our libraries are modern workspaces to address how students learn today. Flexible and adaptable library spaces support varied instructional techniques, promote student collaboration, and enhance online and face-to-face communication. In addition to research tools, a richly diverse literature collection and large virtual periodical collection, the libraries are intentional spaces of collaboration. As students, faculty and staff engage in the Information Age, literacy skills include that of information, media and technology literacy. These skills play an important role in how students adapt to the ever-evolving world more effectively. The Libraries of The Wardlaw+Hartridge School are a part of the Technology & Media Services Department intentionally connecting these influential elements of academic success.