A PDF of a PowerPoint presentation adapted from How to Mentor Graduate Students: A guide for faculty in a diverse community at the University of Michigan, Rackham School of Graduate Studies. It deals with basic mentoring issues as well as dealing with diverse and non-traditional graduate-student populations.
A tongue-in-cheek set of non-examples on being a faculty advisor and mentoring graduate students. For those of us still on the other side of the fence, don't forget to check out the "How to be a Terrible Graduate Student" added at the end.
The Center for Academic Excellence at Tufts University has created this search engine for TA Handbooks from 21 other institutions (although surprisingly not Tufts or UGA!).
An essay by the director of the Grad Resources web site that outlines the benefits of good faculty-student mentoring relationships from both the faculty and the student viewpoints. Note that Grad Resources is a non-profit faith-based service of Campus Crusade for Christ International. However, the web site does a great job at letting you know when you are moving from their general graduate-student information to their religious content.
The American Political Science Association (APSA) has compiled a list of centers of teaching and learning at universities across the United States.
A complete online book on mentoring sponsored by the National Academy Of Sciences, the National Academy Of Engineering, and the Institute Of Medicine and published by the National Academy Press.Note that the National Academy Press has over 3000 books to read online.