Khazar University Teaching and Learning Centre will hold a virtual research seminar on “Active Learning in Digital Environment”. The seminar will be presented on January 31, 2021, at 18:00 p.m. on MS Teams platform by Dr. Çelebi Uluyol, member of Gazi University Education Faculty, Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology.
The seminar will be conducted on MS Teams and the language of the event is Turkish.
Microsoft Teams meeting
In order to register for the seminar and/or ask questions, please, contact Ulkar Bayramova (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Researchers, colleagues and MA/PhD students are kindly invited to participate in the seminar!
Short bio of Dr. Çelebi Uluyol:
Çelebi ULUYOL completed his undergraduate degree in computer systems teaching, master's degree in electronics and computer education, and Ph.D. in educational technology. He is currently working at Gazi University Gazi Faculty of Education, Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology. He teaches computer hardware, computer networks, operating systems, instructional technologies and material design, augmented reality, technology and information management, and distance education at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.
He has many national and international articles, symposium papers, and books on the integration of technology into education. He worked on various projects both in Turkey and abroad. Especially in the recent period, he has played some tasks in the in-service training of students, teachers, and teaching staff.
Dr. Uluyol has been working with schools and institutions regarding technology integration in education for the last five years. In this sense, he manages and carries out the studies related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), robotic applications, 3D design and coding, in which teachers and students participate.
One of his areas of expertise is distance education. He continues to work on distance education platforms used in schools, learning management systems, and instructional design.