With the growth of technology and greater use of virtual teams, organizations have increasingly begun to use e-mentoring for socializing, training, and developing individual employees via technology. Despite the growing importance of e-mentoring, relatively little research has examined its process or effectiveness. Therefore, we: 1) provide a framework for understanding the e-mentoring process, 2) review the e-mentoring literature, and 3) present hypotheses to generate additional research on e-mentoring. As technology develops, the use of e-mentoring and, thus, the need to better understand it will grow.
Recommended CitationNeely, Andrea Rae; Cotton, John; and Neely, Anthony David (2017) "E-mentoring: A Model and Review of the Literature," AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (9) 3, pp. 220-242
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