Work Experience

  • 2015

    Assistant Professor

    Faculty of Administrative Sciences, Near East University, Lefkoşa, Department of Computer Information Systems

  • 2015 2011

    Assistant Professor

    GAU Faculty of Education, Girne, Computer and Instructional Technology Teaching

  • 2011 2001

    Specialist

    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Informatics Institute

  • 2001 2000

    System Analyst

    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Informatics Institute

  • 2000 1998

    Research Assistant

    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Informatics Institute

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. 2011

    Secondary Science and Mathematics Education

    Middle East Technical University

  • Master2000

    Mathematics

    Middle East Technical University

  • Bachelor1997

    Mathematics

    Hacettepe University

Honors, Awards and Grants

  • 1999
    İhsan Doğramacı Foundation Outstanding Achievement Award
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    for being first in place at the department of Mathematics and 2nd in place of the faculty of Science at Hacettepe University)
  • 1992
    Central Council of the Royal Commonwealth Society Essay Competition Award
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    Central Council of the Royal Commonwealth Society Essay Competition Award, Certificate Class A (Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5BJ)

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Bilişim Çağında Asenkron Eğitim Ağlarının Konumu.

Conference Paper 5th Conference on Internet in Türkiye (INET-TR’99), Volume 1, Issue -, 2002, Pages 1-8

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Bilişim sektörünün hızla geliştiği günümüzde asenkron eğitim ağları gittikçe yaygınlaşmaya başlamıştır. Bunun en önemli sebeplerinden biri, küreselleşen dünyamizda iletişim alanındaki yenilikler ve internetin yaygınlaşmasıdır. Bu sayede eğitim kurumları arasındaki sınırlar ortadan kalkmış ve kişilerin kaynaklara erişim olanakları neredeyse sınırsız hale gelmiştir. Bu değişim çerçevesinde Türkiye`de de ODTÜ öncülüğünde çeşitli uzaktan eğitim projeleri gerçekleştirilmektedir.


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Bilişim sektörünün hızla geliştiği günümüzde asenkron eğitim ağları gittikçe yaygınlaşmaya başlamıştır. Bunun en önemli sebeplerinden biri, küreselleşen dünyamizda iletişim alanındaki yenilikler ve internetin yaygınlaşmasıdır. Bu sayede eğitim kurumları arasındaki sınırlar ortadan kalkmış ve kişilerin kaynaklara erişim olanakları neredeyse sınırsız hale gelmiştir. Bu değişim çerçevesinde Türkiye`de de ODTÜ öncülüğünde çeşitli uzaktan eğitim projeleri gerçekleştirilmektedir.

‘NET-Class’ Multilingual Web based Learning Management Tool.

Conference Paper Proceedings of 17th International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences (ISCIS XVII), Volume 1, Issue -, 2002, Pages 344-348

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This paper presents a web based multi-lingual learning management system (LMS) ‘Net-Class’. The Net-Class software provides online course management facilities for instructors, students and administrators asynchronously. Even though it is designed for asynchronous distance education, it may also be used as a supplementary teaching-learning tool for traditional face-to-face courses. Net-Class features many facilities for communication, motivation building, assessment and course administration. Especially designed to be used in two languages, (namely, Turkish and English) simultaneously, it offers educational institutions and companies that may use both languages in different applications. The system evolved in a few years with constant application and student and faculty feedback in several programs and individual courses in Middle East Technical University.


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This paper presents a web based multi-lingual learning management system (LMS) ‘Net-Class’. The Net-Class software provides online course management facilities for instructors, students and administrators asynchronously. Even though it is designed for asynchronous distance education, it may also be used as a supplementary teaching-learning tool for traditional face-to-face courses. Net-Class features many facilities for communication, motivation building, assessment and course administration. Especially designed to be used in two languages, (namely, Turkish and English) simultaneously, it offers educational institutions and companies that may use both languages in different applications. The system evolved in a few years with constant application and student and faculty feedback in several programs and individual courses in Middle East Technical University.

E-learning Success with ‘NET-Class’ Learning Management System (LMS)

Conference Paper First International Conference on Innovations in Learning for the Future e-Learning , Volume 1, Issue -, 2004, Pages 379-392

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This research presents the comparison of the achievement of web-based education and traditional classroom education via different groups of the same course. NET-Class LMS firstly began to develop in 1997 and started to serve with “METU-Online” campus wide web based educational system that has been widely used in METU. Under METU-Online, the total number of courses offered is 285 and the total number of instructors benefit from this system is 235. For every academic semester, the total number of students registered to METU-Online is approximately 2000. These values increase accordingly. Instructors using NET-Class can give their courses either fully online or they can use METU-Online as a supplementary tool to their ongoing classroom lectures. In this research, the achievement statistics of the course Astronomy I-II for the groups who have taken this course as fully online and who have taken it in the traditional classroom are investigated. In addition, this research includes some quantitative data for educational programs using NET-Class. Results have shown that there is no significant difference between e-learning and traditional courses and NET-Class system has been successfully applied to e-learning


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This research presents the comparison of the achievement of web-based education and traditional classroom education via different groups of the same course. NET-Class LMS firstly began to develop in 1997 and started to serve with “METU-Online” campus wide web based educational system that has been widely used in METU. Under METU-Online, the total number of courses offered is 285 and the total number of instructors benefit from this system is 235. For every academic semester, the total number of students registered to METU-Online is approximately 2000. These values increase accordingly. Instructors using NET-Class can give their courses either fully online or they can use METU-Online as a supplementary tool to their ongoing classroom lectures. In this research, the achievement statistics of the course Astronomy I-II for the groups who have taken this course as fully online and who have taken it in the traditional classroom are investigated. In addition, this research includes some quantitative data for educational programs using NET-Class. Results have shown that there is no significant difference between e-learning and traditional courses and NET-Class system has been successfully applied to e-learning

Undergraduate Mathematics Students’ Understanding of Proof by Contraposition in Verbal, Symbolic and Visual Contexts with respect to their Learning Styles

Conference Paper 4th YERME(Young European Researchers in Mathematics Education) Summer School, Volume 1, Issue -, 2008, Pages 92-95

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Understanding of Proof by Contraposition in Verbal, Symbolic and Visual Contexts with respect to their Learning Styles


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Understanding of Proof by Contraposition in Verbal, Symbolic and Visual Contexts with respect to their Learning Styles

An exploration of the relationship between factors affecting students’ views about proof and their performance in proof

Conference Paper Proceedings of the 33rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education , Volume 1, Issue -, 2009, Pages 335

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The aim of this study is twofold; to determine effective factors in students’ views about proof and to confirm proposed structural model including interrelationships of these factors and proof performance. This study not only helps instructors to gain useful insights on students’ views about proof but also provides evidence on how to foster students’ proof performance with respect to the identified factors.


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The aim of this study is twofold; to determine effective factors in students’ views about proof and to confirm proposed structural model including interrelationships of these factors and proof performance. This study not only helps instructors to gain useful insights on students’ views about proof but also provides evidence on how to foster students’ proof performance with respect to the identified factors.

E-öğrenmenin Benimsenmesi ve Mühendislik Öğrencilerinin Yaklaşımları.

Conference Paper EMO Bilim (K.T.M.M.O.B) Elektrik Mühendisleri Odası , Volume 1, Issue 28, 2010, Pages 49-52

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Bu makale mühendislik egitiminde e-ogrenme ve e- ogrenmenin benimsenmesini etkileyen faktorleri, e-ogrenme kapsamında egitim alan mtihendislik ogrencilerinin demografik bilgileri, çalışma alışkanlıkları, matematik ozyeterlik becerileri ve problem cozme stratejilerini ortaya çıkarmak üzere uygulanan görüş ölçeginin sonuçlarını içermektedir


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Bu makale mühendislik egitiminde e-ogrenme ve e- ogrenmenin benimsenmesini etkileyen faktorleri, e-ogrenme kapsamında egitim alan mühendislik ogrencilerinin demografik bilgileri, çalışma alışkanlıkları, matematik ozyeterlik becerileri ve problem cozme stratejilerini ortaya çıkarmak üzere uygulanan görüş ölçeginin sonuçlarını içermektedir

Education

Conference Paper Procedia- Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 47, Issue -, 2012, Pages 862-867

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The purpose of this study is two-fold: It aims to determine the factors that are influential in undergraduate students’ approaches to studying, self-efficacy, problem solving strategies, competency in mathematical thinking and reasoning; to identify any gender, grade level, and regional differences among these factors and on the overall competency in mathematical thinking and reasoning among undergraduate students and prospective teachers. The factors were identified through the adopted survey and the competency test which was designed by the researchera. These scales were administered to 431 undergraduate students of mathematics, elementary and secondary mathematics education in Ankara and in Northern Cyprus and to prospective teachers of classroom teacher and early childhood education of teacher training academy in Northern Cyprus. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were employed to determine the factors and the differences with respect to gender, region and grade level separately and dual, triple interaction effects were investigated through two two-way MANOVA and a three-way ANOVA analyses. Results showed that significant gender, grade level differences across the dimensions of the survey and region, gender and grade level differences across the dimensions of the test and on the total test.


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The purpose of this study is two-fold: It aims to determine the factors that are influential in undergraduate students’ approaches to studying, self-efficacy, problem solving strategies, competency in mathematical thinking and reasoning; to identify any gender, grade level, and regional differences among these factors and on the overall competency in mathematical thinking and reasoning among undergraduate students and prospective teachers. The factors were identified through the adopted survey and the competency test which was designed by the researchera. These scales were administered to 431 undergraduate students of mathematics, elementary and secondary mathematics education in Ankara and in Northern Cyprus and to prospective teachers of classroom teacher and early childhood education of teacher training academy in Northern Cyprus. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were employed to determine the factors and the differences with respect to gender, region and grade level separately and dual, triple interaction effects were investigated through two two-way MANOVA and a three-way ANOVA analyses. Results showed that significant gender, grade level differences across the dimensions of the survey and region, gender and grade level differences across the dimensions of the test and on the total test.

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ AND FACULTY’S VIEWS ON ETHICAL USE OF FACEBOOK WITHIN ICT CONTEXT

Conference Paper INTED Proceedings, Volume -, Issue -, 2018, Pages 3679-3688

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The pervasiveness of information sharing through highly popular social media tools have raised considerable ethical problems particularly in the areas of privacy, accuracy, property and accessibility. These issues were mentioned in the eminent framework of Richard Mason written in 1986 which are recognized as PAPA (privacy, accuracy, property and accessibility) dimensions and are still known to be unresolved. Today ethical perspective of information sharing via social media particularly for educational purposes have been neglected by the current literature. Moreover, there is dearth of research which should focus on the comparison of student and faculty views upon aforementioned aspects. Therefore the aim of the study is to compare and contrast the viewpoints of both university students and faculty members on the ethical use of Facebook within ICT (Information Communication and Technology) context. In order to attain this aim, university students’ and faculty members’ views were assessed by previously developed reliable scale, including 27 Facebook information sharing scenarios in ICT context which were based on 5 option Likert type questions with ratings as ‘crime’, ‘unethical’, ‘questionable’, ‘acceptable’ and ‘ethical’. The scale was administered to the total of 530 participants namely; 380 were university students and 150 were faculty members at a university in Rwanda. The data was analysed using SPSS. Descriptive statistics such as tables, frequencies, percentages were used to portray the views of students and faculty members. Independent samples ttest was used to detect significant differences among the views of students and faculty. The design of the study is causal-comparative where participant type was chosen as the independent variable and the dimensions of PAPA constitute the dependent variables of the study. The average of the responses given to the scenarios for students vary from ‘questionable’ to ‘acceptable’ whereas for faculty, from ‘unethical’ to ‘questionable’. In addition, existing statistical significance among the views of students and faculty members revealed that faculty members were more cautious in their responses about PAPA issues as compared to students who are more optimistic and somehow superficial about evaluating scenarios as compared to their faculty counterparts. In the privacy, accuracy and accessibility dimensions, students evaluated scenarios as almost ‘acceptable’ whereas faculty members’ responses were close to ‘questionable’. In property dimension, student responses were close to ‘ethical’ whereas faculty members’ ratings were close to ‘questionable’. The biggest perspective gap among student and faculty responses lies in the property dimension. Faculty members are more selective users of social media tools i.e. Facebook and they approach with more caution when it comes to issues of particularly property as compared to students who are seen as more capable users of social media but their spontaneity in usage resulted more ethics related disputes. This study is among the rare examples which attempted to explain information sharing related ethical dilemmas in ICT context through Facebook usage in a comparative sense. The study also aids to understand the reason lying behind difference among student and faculty views on ethical, ICT use of Facebook.


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EXPLORING FACULTY MEMBERS’ VIEWS ON ADOPTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING IN EDUCATION

Conference Paper online, Volume 5, Issue -, 2018, Pages 227-237

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he aim of the study is to investigate university faculty members’ views towards adoption of cloud computing in higher education. The current status of the faculty on cloud computing usage in education and regional differences were discussed. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT) and Technology, Organization, Environment (TOE) frameworks were integrated. The data was collected through an adopted questionnaire based on these frameworks and demographic information were answered by 300 faculty members from north parts of Cyprus and Iraq. This study is exploratory and causal comparative which descriptive statistics with independent t-test were used to analyse data. The results showed that faculty members agreed mostly on the opportunities which followed by awareness of potential threats and weaknesses and lastly they accept the strengths of adopting cloud computing in education. They are highly in consensus on technological availability followed by organizational aspects and lastly on environment related regulations. Regional difference exists in the sub-dimension of TOE. Faculty members from north part of Cyprus agreed more upon the relative advantage of using cloud computing as compared to their counterparts. The study brought light on the comprehension of faculty members’ views from comparative and integrated framework perspectives.


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http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=5526681678460036793&hl=en&oi=scholarr

General Publication Bilişim Çağında Asenkron Eğitim Ağlarının Konumu, 2016

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General Publication Innovative Classroom Activities based on Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy for NET Generation Students, 2016

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https://etd.lib.metu.edu.tr/upload/12613422/index.pdf

General Publication An exploration of affective and demographic factors that are related to mathematical thinking and reasoning of university students, 2016

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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877050916325789

General Publication Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Approaches for Selecting and Evaluating Digital Learning Objects, 2016

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http://inet-tr.org.tr/inetconf8/bildiri/103.doc

General Publication ‘Net-Class’, Web tabanlı Öğrenme Yönetim Sistemi, 2016

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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042812024846

General Publication An Exploration of Affective and Demographic Factors Regarding Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning of University Students, 2016

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General Publication Undergraduate Mathematics Students’ Understanding of Proof by Contraposition in Verbal, Symbolic and Visual Contexts with respect to their Learning Styles, 2016

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General Publication E-learning Success with ‘NET-Class’ Learning Management System (LMS), 2016

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http://old.neu.edu.tr/docs/byam/byam_(150).pdf

General Publication First International Conference on Innovations in Learning for the Future: e-Learning, 2016

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General Publication An exploration of the relationship between factors affecting students’ views about proof and their performance in proof, 2016

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General Publication ‘NET-Class’ Öğrenme Yönetim Sistemi, 2016

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General Publication E-öğrenmenin Benimsenmesi ve Mühendislik Öğrencilerinin Yaklaşımları, 2016

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General Publication A Structural equation modeling study: Modeling the relationship between factors affecting students’ views about proof and their performance in proof, 2016

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General Publication ‘NET-Class’ Multilingual Web based Learning Management Tool, 2016

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A Structural equation modeling study: Modeling the relationship between factors affecting students’ views about proof and their performance in proof.

Original Article 23rd International European Conference on Operational Research (EURO XXIII). , Volume 1, Issue -, 2009, Pages 517

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The aim of this study is three-fold; to determine effective factors in students’ views about proof; to confirm proposed structural model including interrelationships of these factors and proof performance, and to serve as a prototype for modeling social/behavioral related problems in OR. Consequently, this study not only gives clues to mathematics instructors on how to improve students’ proof performance by considering identified factors in their teaching, but also provides OR researchers an example on how to implement structural equation models to formulate behavioral OR problems.


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The aim of this study is three-fold; to determine effective factors in students’ views about proof; to confirm proposed structural model including interrelationships of these factors and proof performance, and to serve as a prototype for modeling social/behavioral related problems in OR. Consequently, this study not only gives clues to mathematics instructors on how to improve students’ proof performance by considering identified factors in their teaching, but also provides OR researchers an example on how to implement structural equation models to formulate behavioral OR problems.

Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Approaches for Selecting and Evaluating Digital Learning Objects

Original Article Procedia Computer Science, Volume -, Issue -, 2016, Pages 251-258

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The wide spread of internet resources has emerged new paradigms of learning and knowledge delivery to facilitate and enhance learning particularly in e-learning systems. The important milestones of these new paradigms are known as digital learning objects (DLO) which are smallest packed bits for learning. The abundance of these DLOs raises an important question on how to select effectively high quality reusable learning objects. There exist many soft computing approaches such as; fuzzy computing, neural networks, evolutionary computing, support vector machines, machine learning and probabilistic reasoning. In this paper, fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making methods in choosing suitable DLOs were reviewed. This paper discusses recent variety of soft computing methods used in selecting and evaluating digital learning objects through multi criteria decision analysis approaches used; for selecting metrics like basic topical, course similarity, internal topical, basic and user similarity personal, and context similarity situational relevance and for evaluation; scalarization method, employing triangular, trapezoidal and distance based similarity (adapted from TOPSIS techniques). As DLOs continue to evolve it is inevitable to utilize multi-criteria techniques for selecting and or improving quality. The abundance of DLOs has increased the need for applying practical soft computing techniques to retrieve high quality, reusable DLOs.


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Integrating FAHP and TOPSIS to evaluate mobile learning applications for mathematics

Original Article Procedia Computer Science, Volume 120, Issue C, 2017, Pages 91-98

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Growing number of mobile learning applications particularly for mathematics (MLAM) have dramatically changed the way individuals learn mathematics in recent years. However, due to abundant number of applications, MLAM users encounter with difficulty in choosing the right application for their choice. The manual selection of these applications is tedious, time consuming and in most instances effectuated premature selection. There is also lack of research about determining the quality of MLAMS and users heavily rely on the information provided either by the application store ratings or by content of the developer which serve largely commercial purposes. Therefore the aim of this study is twofold; to propose quality and user satisfaction model and to evaluate MLAMs by applying multi-criteria FAHP and TOPSIS methods together. The criteria were defined based on the combination of technical and non-technical aspects of the applications. The ISO 9126 model was used for the evaluation of technical aspects while user satisfaction was used for evaluating non-technical aspects. The weight of each criterion identified in the framework was determined through FAHP and MLAMs were ranked based on preference with TOPSIS and methods respectively. Mathsway, Malmaths, Cymaths, Mathematics and Mathspapa are the applications chosen as sample MLAMs Play Store based on high top 5 highest user ratings. According to the ranking results by TOPSIS method, the learning application Mathematics was ranked first, then Cymaths, Mathway, Malmaths and Mathspapa as last. The proposed framework could be extended to serve as a model for evaluating mobile application in general. The adoption of combining FAHP and TOPSIS methods yielded to less time consuming and more effective optimizations as a result selecting the most suitable MLAM. The integration of these methods could significantly improve the evaluation of MLAMs by minimizing the manual expert evaluation.


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A systematic mapping study on soft computing techniques to cloud environment

Original Article Procedia Computer Science, Volume 120, Issue C, 2017, Pages 31-38

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Cloud computing plays an essential role in storage and transfer of big capacity data due to a rapid increase in size and the number of organizational activities. There exist numerous studies in which diverse soft computing techniques are applied to the cloud environment. The relevant extant literature that were clustered into five main categories with respect to precedence are; task optimization, power optimization, security, service selection and cost optimization. Yet, it was discovered that there is a dearth of systematic review/mapping studies particularly on soft computing techniques in cloud environment so as to obtain exclusive insight, to identify existing gaps and future research directions. Therefore the aim of this paper is to conduct a systematic mapping study of recent literature on soft computing techniques in cloud environment. For this purpose, 163 articles were chosen as primary sources that were published within the last decade, which were classified based on study focus area, type of research, contribution facet and particularly the type of soft computing technique used. Findings revealed that task optimization takes part as the highly preferred research focus area. Secondly, most of the articles found are of validation studies. The contributions of most of the studies are concerned about methods and finally the top three soft computing techniques were detected as particle swarm optimization (PSO), genetic algorithm (GA) and hybrid systems. The results of this study confirm that applying soft computing techniques in cloud computing has gained more and more significant attention recently but there still remain challenges and gaps which calls for further investigation especially in the area of cost optimization and also artificial bee colony.


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INVESTIGATING ETHICAL INFORMATION SHARING IN FACEBOOK WITHIN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT THROUGH ADOPTED PAPA FRAMEWORK

Original Article TOJET, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 266-273

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The pervasiveness of social media usage especially in educational context requires a reconsideration of current information ethics frameworks. This study primarily aims to identify the most common ethical challenges of social media usage in educational context along with the detection of most popular features of social media particularly Facebook. It also attempts to associate identified categories to Mason’s PAPA framework for information ethics in social media usage. Up to date, there is no scale assessing particularly ethical information sharing in Facebook through ethical scenario approach. The framework was tested and validated through 24 scenarios of ethical dilemmas developed by the researcher and was administered to university students (N=100, with 44 females and 56 males, 61 undergraduates and 39 graduate) at the 2016 academic semester. Validity and internal consistency of the scale provided satisfactory results for this instrument to be used for future studies. According to the results of this study, students responded mainly with “unethical” to “questionable” options to privacy, accuracy, property and accessibility issues in educational use of Facebook. The results indicated that adopted framework is robust and it could be easily used in teaching and learning practices. Findings also revealed that PAPA framework should be expanded/refined to consider ethical issues that are specific to current status of instructional related information sharing facilities in social networking sites.


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The pervasiveness of social media usage especially in educational context requires a reconsideration of current information ethics frameworks. This study primarily aims to identify the most common ethical challenges of social media usage in educational context along with the detection of most popular features of social media particularly Facebook. It also attempts to associate identified categories to Mason’s PAPA framework for information ethics in social media usage. Up to date, there is no scale assessing particularly ethical information sharing in Facebook through ethical scenario approach. The framework was tested and validated through 24 scenarios of ethical dilemmas developed by the researcher and was administered to university students (N=100, with 44 females and 56 males, 61 undergraduates and 39 graduate) at the 2016 academic semester. Validity and internal consistency of the scale provided satisfactory results for this instrument to be used for future studies. According to the results of this study, students responded mainly with “unethical” to “questionable” options to privacy, accuracy, property and accessibility issues in educational use of Facebook. The results indicated that adopted framework is robust and it could be easily used in teaching and learning practices. Findings also revealed that PAPA framework should be expanded/refined to consider ethical issues that are specific to current status of instructional related information sharing facilities in social networking sites.

A Multi-Criteria Decision Making to Rank Android Based Mobile Applications for Mathematics

Original Article online, Volume 9, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 99-107

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Exponential growth in the amount of mobile applications for Mathematics has led users to confusion and difficulty in selecting proper application manually which suits to their needs. Therefore, there exists an imperative need for automated and efficient selection of mobile applications for Mathematics where users still heavily trust either application store ratings or the content rated by the application developer. In this study, fuzzy scale weights together with ELECTRE I (ELimination and Choice Expressing REality) were used to solve a typical multi-criteria decision making problem on ranking selected mobile applications for Mathematics with respect to given set of criteria. The alternatives are mobile applications for Mathematics and were chosen from Google Play Store through considering top five highest user ratings and high usage frequencies. Ten sets of criteria on technical and pedagogical aspects specific to mobile applications and five alternatives were used in the ranking process. Findings suggest that ELECTRE I with fuzzy scale weights are remarkably practical for outranking and selection processes. Particularly in the case of unclear and imprecise ratings, this method could offer substantial solution


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