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Dr. Ilker YENGIN

Dr. Ilker YENGIN


Research Interests:

    Education † •Cognition and Learning •Motivation •Using Technology† for Collaborative Knowledge Building •Social impact of† technology † Design † •Interaction Design (Human Computer Interaction, Human Robot Interaction) •Educational Technology and Design †

Qualifications:

    † † Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE/USA, August 2011, Educational Studies, Instructional Technologies. M.Sc., University of Bahcesehir , Istanbul/Turkey, February 2008, Information Technologies. B.Sc., University of Bahcesehir , Istanbul/Turkey,June 2005, Computer Teaching and Educational Technologies.

Published Journals/ Articles:

Journals

    1. Yengin, I.(2012). “Book Review: Analyzing Narrative-Discourse and Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Language & Dialogue”, 2:3, 496–498.


    2.Yengin, I., Ince, I. F., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012). The use of deliberates practices on a mobile learning environment. Procedia Information Technology and Computer Science, 2, 241-249.


    3.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2012). What is Socratic Method?” The Analysis of Socratic Method through “Self Determination Theory” and “Unified Learning Model. Procedia Information Technology and Computer Science, 2, 357-365.


    4.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012a). Common Instructional Design Perspectives of Visual Design, Web Usability and Multimedia Design. Procedia Information Technology and Computer Science, 2, 324-330.


    5.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012b). The Roles of Intelligent Tutoring Agents in Dialectical Learning for Autonomous and Collaborative Exploration of Knowledge. Procedia Information Technology and Computer Science, 2, 295-302.


    6.Yengin, I. (2011). Importance of Feedbacks In Teaching, Communication And Information Systems For Learning. Communication and Culture Online Journal, 1(1), 309-317. Retrieved from http://komunikacijaikultura.org/KK1.html


    7.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., & Karahoca, D. (2011). eLearning success model for instructors’ satisfactions in perspective of interaction and usability outcomes. Procedia Computer Science, 3, 1396-1403.


    8.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., Karahoca, D., & Uzunboylu, H. (2011). Is SMS still alive for education: Analysis of educational potentials of SMS technology? Procedia Computer Science, 3, 1439-1445.

    9.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., Karahoca, D., & Uzunboylu, H. (2011). Deciding which technology is the best for distance education: Issues in media/technology comparisons studies. Procedia Computer Science, 3, 1388-1395


    10.Karahoca, Adem, Karahoca, D., & Yengin, I.(2010). Computer Assisted Active Learning System Development for Critical Thinking in History of Civilization. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 5(1).


    11.Yengin, I., Karahoca, D., Karahoca, A., & Ozcinar, Z. (2010). Being ready for the paradigm shifts in eLearning: Where is the change happening and how to catch the change? Procedia -Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 5762-5768.


    12.Yengin, I., Karahoca, D., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2010). Re-thinking virtual universities. Procedia -Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 5769-5774.


    13.Yengin, I., Karahoca, D., Karahoca, A., & Yucel, A. (2010). Roles of teachers in eLearning: How to engage students & how to get free eLearning and the future. Procedia -Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 5775-5787.


    14.Yengin, D., & Yengin, I.(2010). Designing and Evaluating Effectiveness of Research-Led Teaching Model for Graduate Microeconomics Course. Social Science Research Network (SSRN) eJournal. Retrieved from ttp://ssrn.com/abstract=1701369 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1701369.


    15.Karahoca, A, Karahoca, D.,Yengin, I., Yuce, B., Berkman, I., Simsek, S., Dagyar, C., et al. (2006). Usability evaluation of cell phone user interfaces. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, 3(8), 1582-1588. World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society, Ag. Ioannou Theologou 17-23, Athens, 15773, Zographou, Greece,.

Conferences

    1.Yengin,I. (2013).Applying Mobile Trends in Education -A Mobile Learning Guideline.IEEE 12th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training. Antalya.


    2.Yengin, I., B., Lazarevic. (2013). The DiaCog: A Prototype Tool for Visualizing Online Dialog Games’ Interactions. Proceedings of 11th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education.


    3.Yengin, I. (2012). Worked Examples on Mobile. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012(pp. 2646-2651). Austin, Texas, USA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/39985


    4.Yengin, I., & Saerbeck, M. (2012). Structuring automated learning discussions using dialog games and cognitive maps. IEEE 11th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training. Istanbul: IEEE.


    5.Yengin, I., & Feller, S. (2012). Analysis of Socratic Method in Computer Supported Dialog Games. In G. Biswas (Ed.), 20th International Conference on Computers in Education. Singapore: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education.

    6.Yengin, I., Lee, S. L., & Saerbeck, M. (2012). Analysis of Qualities of Effective Teachers and Issues on Designing Educational Robots. In G. Biswas (Ed.), 20th International Conference on Computers in Education. Singapore: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education. [Best P. Award]


    7.Yengin, I., Ince, I. F., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012). The use of deliberates practices on a mobile learning environment. 2nd World Conference on Innovation and Computer Sciences (INSODE-2012), Izmir, Turkey.


    8.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2012). What is Socratic Method?” The Analysis of Socratic Method through “Self Determination Theory” and “Unified Learning Model. 2nd World Conference on Innovation and Computer Sciences (INSODE-2012), Izmir, Turkey.


    9.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012a). Common Instructional Design Perspectives of Visual Design, Web Usability and Multimedia Design. 2nd World Conference on Innovation and Computer Sciences (INSODE-2012), Izmir, Turkey.


    10.Yengin, I., Karahoca, A., & Uzunboylu, H. (2012b). The Roles of Intelligent Tutoring Agents in Dialectical Learning for Autonomous and Collaborative Exploration of Knowledge. 2nd World Conference on Innovation and Computer Sciences (INSODE-2012), Izmir, Turkey.


    11.Yengin, I. (2011). Analysis of Instructional Potential of Clicker (response system), iPod (audio podcasting) and Mobile Phone (SMS). In M. Koehler & P. Mishra (Eds.), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(Vol. 2011, pp. 2809-2816). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.


    12.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010a). Are Clickers Good or Bad for Education: Analysis of Instructional Potentials of Clickers. World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Administration. Cairo, Egypt.


    13.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010b). Emotional Learning Machines: Role of Emotions in Learning and Human Computer Interaction. World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Administration. Cairo, Egypt.


    14.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010c). Catching Latest Trends and Updating “Educational Technology” Classes: Design of Educational Technology Classes Curriculum for Teacher Preparation Programs s According to National Educational Technology Standards and Future Demands. World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Administration. Cairo, Egypt.


    15.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010d). eLearning Success Model for Instructors’ Satisfactions in Perspective of Interaction and Usability Outcomes. World Conference on Information Technology Istanbul. Istanbul, Turkey.

    16.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010e). Deciding Which Technology is the best for Distance Education: Issues in Media/Technology Comparisons Studies. World Conference on Information Technology Istanbul. Istanbul, Turkey.


    17.Yengin, I., & Karahoca, A. (2010f). Is SMS Still Alive for Education: Analysis of Educational Potentials of SMS Technology? World Conference on Information Technology Istanbul. Istanbul, Turkey.


    18.Karahoca,D., Karahoca, A., Yengin, I., Uzunboylu, H., & Gungor, A. (2009). Meta-Cognitive Tool Development to Improve eLearning Environment. 5th eLearning Conference. Berlin,Germany. [BEST PAPER AWARD]


    19.Ince, I. F., Yengin, I., Salman, B., Cho, H. ., & Yang, T. . (2008). Designing CAPTCHA Algorithms: Splitting and Rotating The Images Against OCRs. International Conference on Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology. Busan, Korea: IEEE.


    20.Hacifazlioglu, O., Yengin, I., & Sacli, O. A. (2008). Lecturers’ attitudes towards the use of technology: alternative strategies for faculty administrators. 7th International Educational Technology Conference. Lefkose, North Cyprus.


    21.Karahoca, A., Karahoca, D., & Yengin, I.(2007). Usability Evaluation of a Meta-Cognitive Tool. eLearning’07. Istanbul.


    22.Berkman, I.,Yengin, I., & Simsek, S. (2007). A Study on Learning Management Systems and Student Attitudes. 24th. National Informatics Congress and Education in The Light of the Information Technology Conference. Ankara, Turkey: Turkish Informatics Foundation.


    23.Yengin, I., & Berkman, I. (2006). European Computer Driving License (ECDL) and Computer Literacy Teaching at University Grade. 23th. National Informatics Congress and Education in The Light of the Information Technology Conference. Ankara, Turkey: Turkish Informatics Foundation.

Book Chapter(s)

    Karahoca, D., Karahoca, A., Yengin, I., & Uzunboylu, H. (2011). Computer Assisted Active Learning System Development for The History of Civilization eLearning Courses by Using Free Open Source Software Platforms. In C. Betul (Ed.), Free and Open Source Software for eLearning: Issues, Successes and ChallengesFree and Open Source Software for eLearning: Issues, Successes and Challenges(pp. 203-221). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-61520-917-0.ch013

Book(s)

    Yengin, I. (2012). Use of Cognitive Artifacts in Chemistry Learning: Investigating the Design. Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/Cognitive-Artifacts-Chemistry-Learning-Investigating/dp/3659124664

Other(s)

    Invited Speaker


    1.Using Live Code in edutainment, human computer/ robot interaction research studies, Yengin, I. Run Rev Live 2013, May 2013, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    2. A Model for Motivated Learning Actions of Free Agents, Yengin,I. 2nd JurongSecondary School Redefining Learning Symposium , 2012, 1st June, Singapore.

    3. Technical, Social, Economical and Pedagogical Analysis of Instructional Potential of Clickers (Response System), iPods (Audio Podcasting) and Mobile Phones (SMS).Yengin,I. and Lazarovic.,B.Clickers Conference 2012, Chicago, IL. USA.

    Professional Development Workshops Delivered


    1.Technology in Teaching Workshops -The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program, University of Nebraska Lincoln, 2009 and 2010. Instructor


    2.E-Class 2.0 Online Workshop -eLearning Professional Development Seminar, World University Service-Austria, 2009 Summer. Instructor


    3.Using Smart Boards for Teaching in Higher Education Workshops, Faculty of Arts and Sciences & Faculty of Engineering, University of Bahcesehir, 2007. Instructor

    Tutorials Delivered at International Conferences


    1.Using Web 2.0 Teaching Tools for Motivating Students and Engaging Them in Creative Thinking", The 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012), 2012, Singapore. Main Instructor.


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