Tuesday, October 25
11:35-11:55 AM
Pavillion Ballroom B

e-Mentoring Guidelines: Implementation and Evaluation

Brief Paper ID: 14609
  1. Takeshi Matsuda
    Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo
  2. Nobuyuki Honna
    Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo

Abstract: This paper describes the development and effects of e-mentoring guidelines for an international e-Learning course implemented by a Japanese university. Amongst learner-supporting activities in e-Learning, the authors focus on direct learner support through CMC or mentoring. Systematic guidelines for mentors were developed and its effects were evaluated. As a result, dropout rate lowered, mentoring was received higher evaluation and other effects were observed.

Presider: Bonnie Thurber, Northwestern University


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