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Online Mentoring and Computer-mediated Communication: New Directions in Research ARTICLE

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Journal of Vocational Behavior Volume 63, Number 2, ISSN 0001-8791

Abstract

A literature review explored issues of mentoring in a computer-mediated context: the effect on mentor roles, influence of type of mentoring, challenges (miscommunication, technical difficulties, privacy), and opportunities (access to mentors, reduced costs, status equality). Areas for research and a typology of computer-mediated mentoring were identified. (Contains 90 references.) (SK)

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Ensher, E.A., Heun, C. & Blanchard, A. (2003). Online Mentoring and Computer-mediated Communication: New Directions in Research. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 63(2), 264. Retrieved November 16, 2018 from .

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