Most people I talk to have a Kindle or iPad or other device for reading electronic books, but claim “it doesn’t really work for teaching” or “I can’t really use it to do my research.” As someone who relied pretty heavily on Early English Books Online for my dissertation, I am always struggling to make the best of what is available to me in my teaching and research. EEBO, for instance, is difficult to use in the classroom and in research because of its slow loading time and ridiculous navigation buttons. The Kindle should be an obvious improvement on that, but people still argue that the lack of page numbers is a limit on its utility. I would love to see a session devoted to best practices in the uses of electronic texts in teaching and research.