Rethinking Mentoring: Meet Jenny and Rose

The International Librarians Network has published a research report Rethinking mentoring: Online, international peer mentoring with the International Librarians Network that redefines peer mentoring and demonstrates how mentoring programs can be expanded into online, global spaces. In this excerpt from the report, we share a case study between two participants:  It is difficult to demonstrate […]

Rethinking Mentoring: What impact does the ILN have on participants?

The International Librarians Network has published a research report Rethinking mentoring: Online, international peer mentoring with the International Librarians Network that redefines peer mentoring and demonstrates how mentoring programs can be expanded into online, global spaces. In this excerpt from the report, we share the impact the ILN has on participants in the program:  At […]

Rethinking Mentoring – ILN publishes research report

The International Librarians Network has published a research report Rethinking mentoring: Online, international peer mentoring with the International Librarians Network that redefines peer mentoring and demonstrates how mentoring programs can be expanded into online, global spaces. The report is based on assessment of the ILN’s highly successful mentoring program, which has included more than 4,500 […]

ILN: What is ‘peer mentoring’ anyway?

There are many types of mentoring programs. Below are a few models. Traditional mentoring involved a top down approach relationship where a more senior person (the mentor) coaches a new professional (the protégé ) usually in a one on one relationship. These can be more formal relationships in the workplace, an educator helping support a […]