The Consortium for School Networking and the One-to-One Institute, a national nonprofit organization that grew out of Michigan’s Freedom to Learn school laptop program, have teamed up to create “One-to-One Information Resources.” Educators who are thinking of implementing a one-to-one computing program in their own schools can come to this site for help. It contains a directory of schools and districts nationwide that have undertaken one-to-one computing initiatives, as well as background information, news, announcements, and research about one-to-one computing in K-12 schools across the United States. Educators can use the information contained here to weigh the potential benefits of one-to-one computing against its challenges. Visitors to the site also might take away some ideas for use in their own schools after reading about how other schools have tackled–or, in some cases, have failed to overcome–these challenges.