Title: Towards a Taxonomy of E-mentoring
Speaker: Aseel Alhadlaq, MSc (PhD Candidate in Newcastle University)
This presentation examines the balance between theory and practice that have given rise to the increase attention to the role of e-mentoring. A systematic literature review is conducted to identify, evaluate and interpret available research relevant to e-mentoring. In reporting the insights from the systematic literature review, we describe the different types of e-mentoring systems in the past 20 years. Classification ranged from the mentorship relationship, the network that ties a mentor with mentees, the knowledge domain in which e-mentoring took place and the platform used for the mentorship relationship.
Aseel AlHadlaq is a Computing Science PhD candidate at Newcastle University, and member of Open Lab research group. Her research is aimed to look into electronic mentoring in Saudi Arabia to encourage schoolgirls into science, engineering and technology. Aseel is a lecturer at King Saud University and received her M.Sc and B.Sc in Computing Science from King Saud University. Currently, Aseel is the Mentoring Coordinator for Arab Women in Computing-Saudi Chapter. Her PhD thesis is co-supervised by Professor Patrick Olivier and Dr. Areej Al-Wabil.
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at 12:00pm
Location: Khadija Auditorium, F49 in Building 6 - Broadcast to Room 2090 in CCIS Building 31