Audrey Church works as a professor in library science at Longwood University. In this article from Multimedia and Internet@Schools, she encourages teacher librarians to get their resources onto the internet in accessible ways for students. Why? So that students have access to assistance when they get information from the internet for their research. The virtual library would be a place where students could get guidance and assistance on research tasks from their own homes. Several virtual school libraries are showcased in the article: Thomas Dale High School, Springfield High School Virtual Library and Murray High School. Seeing these websites creates a terrific challenge for teacher librarians and teacher librarian wanna-be’s like me! What an opportunity to create a support network for students working from home. My question is only, how do we assist students without access to these resources at home? Not every student will have at home internet access. We need to guard against creating scenerios that further disadvantage the less advanteged members of schools. Real libraries with real in-person teacher librarians or librarians cannot be replaced by these resources which is not what Audrey Church is suggesting. Real libraries need virtual identities as well. I’m very excited about the possbilities in my school division. I wish I knew more about what has been attempted in the past and under which circumstances. Is the virtual library coming soon to Saskatoon Public Schools and will it be produced by teacher librarians, computer specialists or information services personnel? I hope I have a chance to contribute.