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|Title:||One-to-One Customization of Library Patron Relationships Using Web-Based Networks and Information Technologies on the College or University Campus|
|Authors:||Arthur W. Hafner|
John J. Keating III
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
|Abstract:||One-to-One relationship management is a strategy that focuses on the academic library as a point of service. It provides the librarian with a methodology for utilizing currently available technology, which when combined with transaction information that the librarian collects from each differentiated patron interactions, enables the library to offer a range of individual customized services for its best patrons. This strategy is facilitated by the availability of low-cost high-speed computers and sophisticated telecommunication networks. This paper explores the contribution that affordable technology makes to the academic library's homepage rapidly becoming a new frontier platform for the promotion, delivery, and utilization of academic resources and services. In addition, the following issues are discussed: opportunities created by the enlarged cyber collections with the integration of the traditional collections; the role of privacy to insure patron participation; One-to-One relationship management strategy steps of patron identification, differentiation, interaction, and customization; and the practical application of customization in the academic library environment.|
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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