one-to-one


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one-to-one

Consisting of only two people, with one person's attention or energy focused solely on the other person. I make a point of offering one-to-one tutoring sessions for any student who feels like they need it. The store even has staff who give one-to-one advice on which product is right for someone.
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New features in BroadVision One-To-One Content 7.0 include an enhanced Web-based interface that enables access to content management features directly through the portal, Web-based user and application management, support for the WebDAV collaborative authoring standard, an enhanced Content Adapter with out-of-the-box connectivity to J2EE application servers, a bulk import/export tool to support "static" content management requirements, advanced search capabilities, and internationalization enhancements.
BroadVision One-To-One Portal 7.0 and BroadVision One-To-One Commerce 7.0 are now available.
The chapters are arranged to help the marketer take a website from initial relationship building to fully integrating one-to-one marketing across the entire enterprise.
CONCLUSION:This book succeeds in explaining how one-to-one web marketing works in a language suitable to the target audience.
Henrico began its one-to-one initiative four years ago with Apple computers, distributing iBooks to students and teachers.
The site, which is scheduled to go live before the end of the year, will use four BroadVision products - One-To-One Enterprise, One-To-One Publishing, One-To-One Retail Commerce and One-To-One Knowledge - to manage content and personalise products, prices and promotions offered online.
But one of the surprising facts that has become clear is that the challenge of one-to-one learning was not met by the distribution of millions of computers in classrooms over the past 20 years.
Over the last 2 years, Accelerated Literacy Learning (ALL) has experimented with the small group model in early literacy intervention, with success comparable to that in one-to-one intervention.