Enabling access to effective mentor support: evaluation of mentoring modules to inform blended learning design

Samson, A. 2009. Enabling access to effective mentor support: evaluation of mentoring modules to inform blended learning design. Final Report to the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teaching Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

TitleEnabling access to effective mentor support: evaluation of mentoring modules to inform blended learning design
AuthorsSamson, A.
TypeProject report
Abstract

With the drive for professionalisation of the workforce and 30 hours CPD, time issues are coming evermore to the fore. Using technology to maximise productivity within the time constraints, more and more institutions are turning on e-learning. However, it is also recognised that e-learning is not necessarily the most appropriate way for effective learning to occur and that blended models might be better.

FileSamson_2009_2.pdf
KeywordsMentoring, Blended learning, CPD, supporting mentors
Year2009
PublisherFinal Report to the Westminster Centre of Excellence in Teaching Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Publication dates
Completed2009

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