I'd like to supply certain handouts/worksheets to students next year. These would include things like translation passages, practice activities, paradigms, and readings. The problem is that I'm expecting our district to severely limit the number of copies we're allowed to make. I'd like to work around that by posting my handouts online and requiring students to print them off before class. I know that students will be able to access them online because there are student computers in my classroom and the library for students who don't have computer/internet access at home. The thing is that I wouldn't be able to provide paper for students to print stuff on, and the library charges 10 cents per page. I was thinking that I could ask students to supply a ream of paper at the beginning of the year. They can keep it in my room and it can either remain their own ream (no one else can use) or can go into a classroom supply of paper. Then they'll be able to print whatever they want in my classroom. For students who choose not to bring their own paper and do not bring their printed handouts to class, they'll have to copy the handouts by hand. Do these ideas seem reasonable? What problems do you foresee? I don't want to make things difficult for my students...but I feel like I'm working within extremely limited parameters.