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E-MENTORING: LLAMA'S PROGRAM MODEL

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Transcript of E-MENTORING: LLAMA'S PROGRAM MODEL

E-mentoring
E-mentoring is... "a merger of mentoring with electronic communications to develop and sustain mentoring relationships...independent of geography or scheduling constraints" (Mihram, 2004)
Benefits and Challenges
Program Model
History of LLAMA's Mentoring Program
Best Practices
References
E-MENTORING:
LLAMA'S PROGRAM MODEL

HOLLY OKUHARA
Utah Library Association Conference
Friday, May 2, 2014
Holly Okuhara
holly.okuhara@gmail.com
Challenges
Schedule meetings appropriately
Questions?
Mentoring is... "a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction." - John C. Crosby
What's the difference?
The importance of mentoring
Advertising Educational Foundation. (2008). http://www.aef.com/industry/careers/memos/8021

Golden, J. (2007). Blueprint for a Career Mentoring Program.

Mihram, D. (2004). E-Mentoring. USC: Center for Excellence in Teaching (powerpoint). http://cet.usc.edu/resources/teaching_learning/docs/eMentoringsep04.pdf

Okuhara, H. (2010). LLAMA Mentoring Committee Handbook.

Peterson, J. (2005). The Mentoring Workbook-draft.

Stueart, R. & Sullivan, M. (2010) Developing
Library Leaders.
Committee structure
Know your talking points
Take notes
Make time to exchange good news
Communication
• Communication
• The "right way"
• Technology
• Staying organized
• Working out issues
Benefits
Mentees
• Clarity
• Safe environment
• Practical Advice
• Challenged
• Knowledge
• Role model
Mentors
• Own learning
• Focus on developing others
• Self-awareness
• Understanding librarianship
Program structure
Declination
Changes
Results
History
Est. 2007
Purpose: develop new leaders
25 duos
- Conference orientation
- Read selected resources
- "Meet" on a regular basis
(for mentors and mentees)
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