The aim of this paper is to describe a project to provide an online web portal that can be used as a front‐end for all university users – students, teachers, staff – and services, library, administration, e‐learning, and e‐mail.
The profile model proposed is mainly inheritable, defined by profile components with transactional templates, security rules and layout templates. This approach is being tested on a campus prototype portal. The prototype is an underway project in development at our university.
This paper explains that, even though different from the overall approaches, the basic profile and the profile management system proposed are solid alternatives when addressing personalization of organization users.
This new approach explains how user modelling applications can be integrated into any organization without the cost of reengineering the entire information system already in place.
Teixeira, C., Sousa Pinto, J. and Arnaldo Martins, J. (2008), "User profiles in organizational environments", Campus-Wide Information Systems, Vol. 25 No. 3, pp. 128-144. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650740810886312Download as .RIS
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