The directory of learning resources, is a very good example of how sharing of resources and the online environment can somehow merge to produce tools which are useful for all. When this first started out, it was a singular private initiative by one person, Jane Hart. She started collecting what her network of friends used, and suddenly this network started increasing. But people, her followers, were not just simply using the resources/tools she was suggesting. People felt that they needed to contribute. They too wanted to share their experiences, what they were using. This is the spirit of today’s Web, Web2.0. This is a Web which is not just for people who “consume” information. This is a Web for people who “produce” information. These are called “Pro-sumers” – they consume and produce at the same time. And the results are most often amazing and extremely useful. I think this is an opportunity for an experience which we should definitively live with our students.