In this book, nine librarians from across the country describe their librariesa best practices in this key area. Their contributions range from all-encompassing customer service policies and models any library can both adapt and be proud of to micro-approaches that emphasize offering excellent user-focused technology planning, picture book arrangement with patrons in mind, Web 2.0 tools to connect users with the library, establishing good service delivery chains, and making your library fantastic for homeschoolers. As past Public Library Association President Audra Caplan writes in her introduction to this book, aThere is nothing magical about providing excellent customer service; it just takes the right people, the right philosophy and the passion to make it a reality.a If youave got all that, here are the best practices to make stellar customer service a reality for your libraryas users.They considered the National Retail Federationa#39;s (2012) customer service certification program. ... that the Cerritos Library, about 50 miles away in Los Angeles County, had developed an internal customer service model called aWow Service.
|Title||:||Customer Service in Libraries|
|Author||:||Charles Harmon, Michael Messina|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2013-02-13|