These pages should be of interest to anyone thinking about how to use networked resources to improve teaching -- and students have every right to think on these lines as well as their teachers! (Student-teacher synergies, when the young are more comfortable with the technologies, are some of the most attractive features of this environment.) But please note that some of what appears here is written with a particular view to the circumstances of humanities faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania in the fall of 1994 -- my immediate colleagues. I've tried to phrase things as generally as I can, and much of what is specific to Penn is true with only slight changes elsewhere. For example, most universities and many colleges have their library catalogue on-line, and many have the OED available one way or another. Consult your local gurus for technical help in making the needed adjustments.