The E-Learn Asia Day Pre-Conference Symposium was initiated with enthusiastic welcoming remarks by Curtis Bonk and Gary Marks. The first speaker, Dr. Okhwa Lee from Korea, spoke on different types mentoring based on her survey data that indicate the important role that mentoring plays in the academic success and personal satisfaction of online students. The preferred methods of receiving mentorship were via monitoring the mentoring homepage, via telephone and through chatting. As we know, Generation Y does not rely on e-mail as you. And she found that out.
Okhwa (Dr. Lee) has a pulse on many e-learning happenings in Korea. It showed. You should definitely meet her at this conference.