I’m an organized person. That’s not to say that everything in my life is neat and tidy but librarians have to have a good sense of organization in order to provide access to the resources available in the library. A lot of the stuff that we are talking about is messy. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but I need to figure out how it’s going to work for me and for my students. If we have things that we know they need to learn, standards say, then I can go from that starting point and work around that. But if I have no base or starting point it’s very easy to get off-track. We’ve all had teachers who we tried to get off-topic. My concern is that I can be too easily distracted by Web 2.0 bells and whistles and loose site of the content objectives of the lesson. One of the difficulties of information literacy instruction is that there is no curriculum. What are the standards I should use for my base? How am I going to find the time to develop my curriculum? How can I embed this curriculum into the classroom curriculum since this is not a topic that can be effectively taught separate from the classroom?