Practical Experience of Blended Mentoring in Higher Education

@article{ArgenteLinares2016PracticalEO,
  title={Practical Experience of Blended Mentoring in Higher Education},
  author={Eva Argente-Linares and Mar{\'i}a Carmen P{\'e}rez-L{\'o}pez and Celia Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez-Solana},
  journal={Mentoring \& Tutoring: Partnership in Learning},
  year={2016},
  volume={24},
  pages={399 - 414}
}
The need of a guided and supervised learning has become the cornerstone of the new model of higher education. One response to such need has been the introduction of mentoring programs to facilitate student learning and to provide guidance. In this way, the main aim of our study is to determine the extent to which the implementation of information technology (IT) into a traditional mentoring program, improves students’ global satisfaction, and therefore its effectiveness. A survey was conducted… 

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