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p-ISSN 2146-796X
e-ISSN 2146-7978
Editor-in-Chief
Yunus Söylet

Editors
Recep Öztürk
Salih Murat Akkın
Süphan Nasır

Associate Editors
Burak Önal
Harun Serpil
Yiğit Yurder
2020 Volume 10
 
 
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Covid-19 & Education
     
  The Future of Higher Education: The Effects of Covid-19 on Teaching, Research and Internationalization  
    Alper Çalıkoğlu, Sedat Gümüş / Online Preprint Issue, October 27, 2020  
  Covid-19, which emerged in Wuhan, China at the end of 2019 and has turned into a pandemic in a short time, has brought many social problems. It is clear that it will also have some short and long term effects in the field of higher education. Based on the recent publications, the current study aims to discuss what these effects will be in different dimensions of higher education. Read More...  
     
  Higher Education after Covid-19  
    Erhan Erkut / 2020;10(2):125-133  
  Higher education is one of the most severely impacted sectors by Covid-19. Almost all schools worldwide had to stop face-to-face education and approximately 2 billions students were forced to get their education online. This pandemic demonstrated that the Turkish higher education system was not well-prepared for a crisis of this proportion, nor was it ready for effective online teaching. High-quality online education is a fact of life now, and administrators, as well as faculty members have an important task on hand. In this opinion piece, I offered some ideas about improving the quality of online education, and discussed other impacts of this pandemic on higher education, along with some warnings. Read More...  
     
  Distance Education at Universities during the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic: An Analysis of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions  
    Engin Karadağ, Cemil Yücel / 2020;10(2):181-192  
  The novel Coronavirus infection (Covid-19) reported by China in December 2019 turned into a pandemic in a few weeks, which affects the whole world. All the countries had to act fast in many areas, education being one of the first and most important. With a prompt decision, Turkish universities started delivering spring term courses through distance education as of 16 March 2020. This study examined the satisfaction levels of undergraduate students regarding the distance education practices during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read More...  
     
  The Impact of the New Coronavirus on the Turkish Education Policy Practices: New Regulations of the Ministry of National Education and the Council of Higher Education  
    Ebru Eren / 2020;10(2):153-162  
  Infectious diseases have played an important role in social life throughout human history. Recently, an infectious disease caused by a new Coronavirus which is called Covid-19 has emerged. Cropping up in Wuhan, China, this disease has been spreading rapidly all over the world since December 2019. To comply with the new social order, states have been taking measures necessitated by the new Coronavirus and determining policies in various fields such as education, health, culture and transportation. Considering that education is one of the most heavily-hit fields, it is indisputably vital that proper education policies are determined and implemented as part of an effective social state policy. This study examines the effect of the new Coronavirus on Turkish educational policies. Read More...  
     
     
  The Contribution of the Strengthened Capacity of Vocational Education and Training System in Turkey to the Fight against Covid-19  
    Mahmut Özer / 2020;10(2):134-140  
  Education is one of the most heavily affected sectors by the negative consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. Countries make an effort to support their students via distance education solutions and to avoid the interruption of education. The same predicament is experienced by Turkey, where the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) presents the distance education via both its online education platform and television broadcasts. Considering the number of students in Turkey and the situation in other countries, MoNE is observed to have been successfully delivering mass distance education support and increasing the quality of its distance education through continuous innovations and improvements. Read More...  
Editors' Suggestion
     
  A Longitudinal Study of the Turkish Marketing Academia: What Has Changed and What Has Not in a Decade?  
    B. Zafer Erdoğan, Semra Doğan, M. Sami İşlek / Online Preprint Issue, July 20, 2020  
   
  This article compares the findings of two surveys of the Turkish marketing academia undertaken in 2007 and in 2016. As a follow up replicating Erdogan and Uzkurt's study (2007), this 2016 study aims to reveal the current status and problems of the marketing academia in Turkey as an emerging country, by adding a longitudinal dimension. The same questionnaire was used for both surveys carried out. The data collection procedure included both an online survey and a drop-and-collect survey, with the participation of faculty members with all types of academic titles working in the Turkish marketing academia. 108 and 132 usable questionnaires were collected in 2007 and 2016, respectively. The research findings indicate that the problems experienced have remained fairly similar in almost all dimensions, while the publication performance has increased during this period. The findings about research and teaching interests indicate that marketing academics primarily concentrate on such fields as consumer behavior, marketing research and marketing strategy. The teaching and research interests have also differed depending on global trends and changes in tenure standards in the Turkish marketing academia. Another key finding regarding the issues of the field, with vital implications for marketing education, is the perceived gap between marketing theory and practice. The fundamental issue related to education is cited as the decreasing student proficiency in Turkey. Read More...
Book Reviews
     
Faydasız Bilginin Faydası
Abraham Flexner, 2017


Kemal Bakır / 2020;10(2):247-248
Robot-proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Joseph E. Aoun, 2017


Aydın Aslan / 2019;9(3):369
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Newest Articles
   
Determining the Standard of Quality: Examining the Turkish University Ranking Systems According to the Berlin Principles
E. Karadağ, C. Belenkuyu / Online Preprint Issue, October 27, 2020
Investigation of Instructors' Views on the Accreditation Process of Schools of Foreign Languages
O. Ataman, A. Adıgüzel / Online Preprint Issue, September 26, 2020
Sectoral Relations, Appropriateness, Supply-Demand Problem in the Post-Secondary Vocational Schools: Recommendations for Improvement
  A. Günay, Ö. Açıkgöz, Z. Çelik, M. Öztürk / Online Preprint Issue, September 5, 2020
Enhancing the Quality of a Higher Education Course: Quality Function Deployment and Kano Model Integration
M. Ömürgönülşen, C. Eryiğit, Ö. Özkan Tektaş, M. Soysal / Online Preprint Issue, August 31, 2020
An Analysis of the New Regulations Introduced with Higher Education Personnel Law No. 7100 from the Perspective of Faculty Members
  C. Korkmaz, A. Bozak, M. Baş / Online Preprint Issue, August 31, 2020
An Investigation of Turkish Academics' Job Satisfaction, Role Stress and Intention to Leave
A. Doğan, R. Demir, E. Türkmen / Online Preprint Issue, July 20, 2020
Adaptation of the Self-Regulated Online Learning Questionnaire (SOL-Q)
  N. Yavuzalp, Y. Özdemir / Online Preprint Issue, July 20, 2020
Science High School Students' Socioeconomic Background and Their Preferences Regarding Their Transition into Higher Education
H. E. Suna, B. S. Gür, S. Gelbal, M. Özer / Online Preprint Issue, June 25, 2020
An Analysis of University Students' Opinions about Homework Assignments
  V. Yar Yıldırım / 2020;10(2):233-246
Changes in the Transition of the Turkish Youth from Undergraduate and Graduate Education to Work over the Years
Ç. Apaydın / 2020;10(2):219-232
Comparison of the International Trade and International Business Undergraduate Program Curricula of Turkish and USA Universities
  H. Sarıgül / 2020;10(2):205-218
Views of Education Faculty Members on Student Plagiarism
Ü. Deniz / 2020;10(2):193-204
Determinants of Students' Choice of Engineering Disciplines in India
  Jandhyala B. G. Tilak / 2020;10(2):163-180
Reconsidering the Changing Higher Education System from Sociocultural and Spatial Perspectives
A. M. Ayten, İ. H. Göver / 2020;10(2):141-152
 
 
 
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