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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/6404
Title: The organizational structure of online academic advising
Autor: Rimbau Gilabert, Eva
Martínez Argüelles, M.Jesús
Ruiz Dotras, Elisabet
Keywords: organizational structure
academic advising
Issue Date: 11-Jun-2010
Editorial: FEBA ERD Press
Type: Capítulo o parte de libro
Citación: Rimbau, E.; Ruiz, E.; Martínez, M. (2010). "The organizational structure of online academic advising. A case study". A: Crossing borders in Education and Work-based Learning.Maastricht. FEBA ERD Press. Pág. 153 - 160. ISBN: 978-90-813727-3-2.
Abstract: Academic advising is a key element for learning success in virtual environments that has received little attention from researchers. This paper focuses on the organizational arrangements needed for the delivery of academic advising in online higher education. We present the general dimensions of organizational structures (division of labor, hierarchy of authority and formalization) and their possible forms when applied to academic advising. The specific solution adopted at the Open University of Catalonia is described and assessed in order to draw general conclusions of interest for other institutions.
Language: eng
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/6404
Otros identificadores: 978-90-813727-3-2
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