What resources a supervisor provides to students and how one makes them accessible are decisions that are entirely tethered to teaching philosophy. Resources may include form documents, practice guides, checklists, or references to agency websites and materials (like the secretary of state or IRS). (See For-profit Transactions and Nonprofit Transactions for other resources). These resources may be made available via a resource webpage through Blackboard or a school’s intranet system or can be in an old-fashioned library. The key is determining when a supervisor wishes to provide these resources to students and how easily accessible one wants them to be. If much of the learning that takes place in a clinic is through the struggle of students to think through problem solving by themselves, then having always accessible resources may be counterproductive. Sometimes recreating the wheel does have value. On the other hand, there is clearly an enhanced efficiency that comes with providing these resources to students.