Sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation, the Cervantes Project is headed by Professor Eduardo Urbina at Texas A&M University. Not surprisingly, the Project is devoted to presenting the work of Cervantes in a number of online editions, with the inclusion of several pictorial galleries featuring paintings of Cervantes (and images from his books and plays), as well as the Cervantes International Bibliography. Within the Cervantes Digital Library located on the site, visitors can read full-text searchable versions of his complete works, along with numerous Spanish and English language versions of Don Quixote. One nice feature located here is the Don Quixote dictionary, which is meant to assist persons reading the work in English with the classical Spanish terms contained within the text. Along with a biography of Cervantes (available in Spanish, French, and English), the Cervantes Project Web site also features a number of publications produced as a result of their research and scholarship. As most of these documents deal with issues surrounding the creation of digital online projects, they will be of great interest to librarians and information technology specialists.