Measure TWYCE, Cut Once How an Academic Library Is Engaging Vocationally Trained Alumni through Document Delivery

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Adrienne Findley-Jones


Library services for alumni are difficult to navigate, but they are necessary for the ongoing relationships between alumni and their schools. Theological academic libraries are no different in the struggle to navigate, as their alumni can be cut off from necessary resources and research assistance by any number of means. In expanding an existing document-delivery service to alumni, one library is seeking to keep the vocational alumni of two colleges connected to both their schools and the resources that helped shape their vocation and ecclesial identities. Through a survey, the needs of the alumni were assessed, and the resulting pilot project shows great hypothetical promise in improving alumni services.

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Adrienne Findley-Jones, John W. Graham Library, Trinity College, University of Toronto

Adrienne Findley-Jones (pronouns: she/her/hers) is a library paraprofessional technician at the John W. Graham Library, University of Trinity College, University of Toronto, Canada. Her primary role is as faculty and graduate research, and course support for both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her previous training was as a theological academic as well as Anglican/Episcopalian and Evangelical Lutheran church ministry.