The increasing number of electronic serials, books, and other documents being produced, and the opportunity for wide distribution of information over the Internet has raised new issues regarding library access to information. Few libraries currently provide access to such information sources, nor do most network users think to turn to a library to find these documents. This article concentrates on the possibilities for integrating existing networked electronic information into current library structure by exploring both the variety of electronic documents currently available on the network and the present means of access, followed by a discussion of the possibilities for providing library access and implications for access services.