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E-Mentoring Ensher, E. A., Heun, C., & Blanchard, A. (2003). Online mentoring and computer-meadiated communication: New directions in research. Journal of vocational behaviour, 63, 264-288. Ensher, E. A., Thomas, C., & Murphy, S. E. (2001). Comparison of traditional, step-ahead, and peer mentoring on proteges’ support, satisfaction, and perceptions of career success: A social exchange perspective. Journal of Business and Psychology, 15(3), 419-438. Haas, A., Tulley, C., & Blair, K. (2002). Mentors versus masters: Women’s and girls’ narratives of (re)negotiation in Web-based writing spaces. Computers and Composition, 19(3), 231-249. Hamilton, B. A., & Scandura, T. A. (2003). E-mentoring: Implications for organizational learning and development in a wired world. Organizational Dynamics, 31(4), 388-402. Hawkridge, D. (2003). The human in the machine: Reflections on mentoring at the British Open University. Mentoring and Tutoring, 11(1), 15-24. Headlam-Wells, J., Craig, J., & Gosland, J. (2006). Encounters in social cyberspace: E-mentoring for professional women. Women in Management Review, 21(6), 483-499. Headlam-Wells, J., Gosland, J., & Craig, J. (2005). There’s magic in the Web: E-mentoring for women’s career development. Career Development International, 10(6-7), 444-459. Henderson, K. L. (1996). Electronic “keyboard pals”: Mentoring the electronic way. Serials Librarian, 29(3-4), 141-164. Hixenbaugh, P., Dewart, H., Thorn, L., & Drees, D. (2005). Peer e-mentoring: Enhancement of the first year experience. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 5(1), 8-14. Hunt, K. (2005). E-mentoring: Solving the issue of mentoring across distances. Development and Learning in Organizations, 19(5), 7-10. Kasprisin, C. A., Single, P. B., Single, R. M., & Muller, C. B. (2003). Building a better bridge: Testing e-training to improve e-mentoring programmes in higher education. Mentoring and Tutoring, 11(1). Lavin Colky, D., & Young, W. (2006). Mentoring in the virtual organization: Keys to building successful schools and businesses. Mentoring and Tutoring, 14(4), 433-447. Lee, H., & Noh, S. (2003). Educational use of e- mentoring to encourage women into science and engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2713, 75-84. Mahayosnand, P. (2000). Public health e-mentoring: An investment for the next millennium. American Journal of Public Health, 90(8), 1317. O’Neill, K. (2004). Building social capital in a knowledge-building community: Telementoring as a catalyst. Interactive Learning Environments, 12(3), 179-208. O’Neill, K., & Harris, J. (2005). Bridging the perspectives and developmental needs of all participants in curriculum-based telementoring programs. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 37(2), 111-128. O’Neill, K., Harris, J., Cravens, J., & Neils, D. (2002). Perspectives on e-mentoring: A virtual panel holds an online dialogue. National Mentoring Center Newsletter, 9, 5-12. O’Neill, K., Weiler, M., & Sha, L. (2005). Software support for online mentoring programs: A research-inspired design. Mentoring and Tutoring, 13(1), 109-131. Paul, R. (2003). Electronic mentoring. School Administrator, 60(10), 26-29. Perren, L. (2003). The role of e-mentoring in entrepreneurial education and support: A metareview of academic literature. Education and Training, 45(8-9), 517-525.

E-Mentoring Rhodes, J. E. (2002). New directions for youth development: Theory, practice and research: A critical view of youth mentoring. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Richard, K. (2004). E-mentoring and pedagogy: A useful nexus for evaluating online mentoring programs for small business? Mentoring and Tutoring, 12(3), 383-401. Rogan, J. M. (1997). Online mentoring: Reflections and suggestions. Journal of Computing in Teaching, 13(3), 5-13. Russell, A., & Perris, K. (2003). Telementoring in community nursing: A shift from dyadic to communal models of learning and professional development. Mentoring and Tutoring, 11(2), 227-239. Sinclair, C. (2003). Mentoring online about mentoring: Possibilities and practice. Mentoring and Tutoring, 11(1), 79-95. Single, P. B., & Single, R. M. (2005). E-mentoring for social equity: Review of research to inform program development. Mentoring and Tutoring, 13(2), 301-320. Stephenson, S. (1998). Distance mentoring. Journal of Educational Technology, 26(2), 181-186. Villar, L., & Alegre, O. (2006). Online faculty development in the Canary Islands: A study of e-mentoring. Higher Education in Europe, 31(1), 65-81. Vincent, A. (1999). Using telementoring to overcome mentor shortages: A process model. International Journal of Management, 16(3), 413-421. Wadia-Fascetti, S., & Leventman, P. G. (2000). E-mentoring: A longitudinal approach to mentoring relationships for women pursuing technical careers. Journal of Engineering Education, 89(3), 295-300. Weber, R. (2001). Click on to e-mentoring. People Dynamics, 19(8), 28-39. Woodd, M. (1999). The challenge of telementoring. Journal of European Industrial Training, 23(3), 140-144.

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    About the Contributors Juan Pablo d

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