Peer Review is Literally a Process

Photo by Štefan Štefančík When thinking about peer review, I often feel this is a great opportunity for students (including myself) to see other student’s work and to practice formulating and communicating constructive feedback. I have these extremely idealistic expectations that constructive feedback comes naturally to everyone and this would be extremely valuable to the … Continue reading Peer Review is Literally a Process

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Identification of components needed for designing, implementing, and maintaining online and blended mentoring programs

The purpose of this study is to identify components needed for designing, implementing, and maintaining online and blended mentoring programs. Currently, much of the literature tends to focus on variables (e.g., mentoring functions, phases of mentoring, characteristics) that describe particular programs rather than an integrated theoretical framework informing the mentoring research (Schunk & Mullen, 2013; … Continue reading Identification of components needed for designing, implementing, and maintaining online and blended mentoring programs

What Makes Mentoring Effective?

Photo by Nik MacMillan Hundreds of articles on mentoring have been published in management and educational literature. Even a shift in recent years to digital mentoring has demonstrated successful implications in a variety of different contexts. However, despite having relatively successful outcomes, there does not appear to be an integrated theoretical framework guiding much of … Continue reading What Makes Mentoring Effective?