The transition from print to electronic journals and resources has meant great change for libraries. Users are accessing information in previously unimagined ways, and information producers are creating novel distribution methods. New technologies, a constant influx of new resources, and evolving user expectations make managing e-resources more complex and less linear than managing print resources. Influenced by these shifts, the roles and responsibilities of librarians and library staff are changing. E-resources have called into question routines, processes, policies, and procedures that have been successful for decades and adjustments have not necessarily been smooth. As a result, individuals at all levels in libraries must develop innovative ways to work toward the common mission of providing quality library services for patrons.