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eLearning and Social Networking in Mentoring Processes to Support Active Ageing

by Editor at eLearning Papers on Dec 18, 2012

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Mentoring is a human resources development process often used to induct, introduce and guide staff into places of employment. ...

Mentoring is a human resources development process often used to induct, introduce and guide staff into places of employment.
Training people on the job or using elderly people as mentors can be organised to address aspects like skill shortage in organisations, recruiting and retaining personal with the necessary knowledge and active involvement of older people. In this paper we present some aspects of mentoring, particularly the ICT support of such process and
give examples.

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