Mentoring online graduate students : partners in scholarship

@inproceedings{Melrose2005MentoringOG,
  title={Mentoring online graduate students : partners in scholarship},
  author={Sherri Melrose},
  year={2005}
}
Mentoring graduate students toward scholarly research and writing activities has become an important area of focus for faculty at the Centre for Nursing and Health Studies at Athabasca University in Alberta, Canada. With an emphasis on teaching excellence, instructors seek out and create experiences to involve graduate students in their own programme of research and publication. However, despite a plethora of literature available on the concept of mentoring, few definitive guidelines exist to… CONTINUE READING

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