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virtual mentoring

Providing opinions, recommendations and counsel online. A mentor is an individual with a particular area of expertise who acts as a coach or counselor.
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The thirty2give virtual mentoring app is currently available for download on iTunes for iPhone and Google Play for Android.
Moreover, their Web pages can enhance virtual mentoring by providing email support and chat rooms.
This virtual mentoring can consist of one or more mentors interacting with multiple mentees, offering a valuable option for providers that have several treatment sites.
For the healthcare industry, telemedicine is becoming an integral feature of mainstream patient care, using video conferencing to transmit still images, monitor vital signs remotely, give real-time access to specialists as soon as medical emergencies arise, enable physicians to collaborate globally, and for the virtual mentoring of doctors, patients and medical students." Saldanha said education and distance learning institutions, organisations with a distributed workforce, healthcare and finance -- with high net worth customers wanting to interact with their bank managers via video -- are leading the adoption of video conferencing across the Middle East.
Virtual mentoring for teachers; online professional development practices.
How to succeed at being a virtual mentor ComputHow to succeed at being a virtual mentor networks have opened the door to virtual mentoring relationships that let individuals share their experiences remotely, Randy Emelo writes.
How to succeed at being a virtual mentor ComputHow to succeed at being a virtual mentorer networks have opened the door to virtual mentoring relationships that let individuals share their experiences remotely, Randy Emelo writes.
Despite being in its early stages, Richardson says she's seen a keen interest in the platform's virtual mentoring capabilities, and that members are finding the service extremely useful.
Supporting this idea, Penny and Bolten (2009) state that "Education has long found mentoring effective and with the advent of online tools, comes e-mentoring, sometimes referred to as online mentoring, cyber-mentoring, or even virtual mentoring" (p.

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