Library patrons have become accustomed to finding information online, be it through the online catalog, full text databases, electronic books and journals, or Web sites. In Special Collections, however, seeking information proves to be much more complex, and many of our unique resources are not available online. In fact, for most of our manuscript collections patrons must use the card catalog or speak with the Special Collections Librarian to discover what treasures can be found. This is true at most academic institutions, but change is on the horizon. In the same way that online catalogs have replaced the card catalog, archives and special collections have been developing new methods to access primary resources.