So here I am on the second day of the Concurrent Sessions of NCETC. I am anticipating the beginning of the second morning of sessions. I actually currently sit in a session on media centers, of all things. This does bring up a good point about open source–a media center obviously, or a media specialist more importantly, can provide a variety of open resources to educators. Now maybe they cannot refer you to any types of software, although some probably can, but they can refer you to open media resources like the Open Clip Art Library (http://www.openclipart.org/) and Creative Commons (http://creativecommons.org/). And we really need these folks to help us in our mission. They interact with all students, so if they begin to refer them to open resources, the students and teachers will begin to understand the whole open philosophy. If a media specialist is worth anything, their main goal is to provide good, quality resources. With the addition of the Creative Commons movement and resources such as the Open Clip Art Library, those high quality resources are there.