Is the university library actively subverting the movement toward opn educational resources? One could argue that it has significant incentive to do so. And one could argue, based on evidence presented here, that it is in fact doing so. "If anyone using an academic library website can't easily search educational resources in that context, what does that say about the status of those resources in the eyes of the Library?" We cannot, I argue, expect support for open educational resources from institutions dedicated to their elimination.