"Libraries without walls, books without cover" was the title of a workshop about computers and the library resource center that I presented over 15 years ago. Technology was just starting to transform the library at that time. Now, as a shift occurs from library to learning commons, there has been a shift in the philosophy and approach to information and the student in the school library. The shift has been from learning information to knowledge creation, collaboration, sharing, and publishing. We now see ourselves as life long learners who have a digital footprint on the interactive World Wide Web and information system. We are collaborating with people from the next classroom, family of schools, across the province or country or around the world. We, our students and fellow teachers are creating knowledge and then publishing it for people any where in the world. There is a whole new concept of developing or cultivating ourselves and our students as life long learners. We are all learners and it is more than just being a lifetime of learning.