Establishing meaningful connections to faculty is a continuing challenge for academic librarians. One library’s efforts at faculty outreach received unexpected assistance from the Internet, when faculty and student curiosity about this resource created opportunities for new library staff to build connections to faculty and establish their credibility on campus. In the process, the library made progress towards meeting another challenge: determining the role of the Internet in the library. Internet instruction is now integrated with library instruction and is available to faculty and students in a variety of formats. [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-342-9678.E-mail address: getinfo@haworth.com ]