This paper describes the development of an instruction/orientation platform that teaches students, specifically the distance education students, at our university how to access, navigate, and understand the services and resources available to them via the university library. However, there is another purpose to this paper that the authors believe to be just as valuable to other “new voices” in our profession. To that end, this paper examines how two new librarians attempted to better serve their patrons. But it also looks at how, through the instruction project’s development, two new academic librarians discovered that one lone project could benefit the academic and professional development of their careers as they worked toward tenure and promotion – helping them to find and define their “voice” so to speak.
Poe, Jodi and Graham, John-Bauer
"New Voices: Interactive CD-ROMs for Library Instruction and Discovering a Research Agenda,"
The Southeastern Librarian: Vol. 54:
3, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol54/iss3/7