Betül (Özkan) Czerkawski, Ph.D.

Betül (Özkan) Czerkawski, Ph.D. | Professor

About Me

Betül (Özkan) Czerkawski serves as an associate professor of educational technology at the University of Arizona. Prior to that, she worked in Long Island University and University of West Georgia as faculty coordinator of instructional technology and assistant professor, respectively. She has presented and published over 80 papers on educational computing, e-learning, instructional design, and emerging technologies. She also edited a book entitled, "Free and Open Source Software in E-Learning: Issues, Successes and Challenges".

Betül holds a MA and Ph.D. in Instructional Design and Development and BA in Italian Philology. She completed her post-doctoral study in Iowa State University where she also served as a project manager for a Fulbright Grant.

▶ Research interestseducational computing, e-learning, instructional design, international education, languages technologies, and emerging technologies.

▶ Courses: ETCV 511, ETCV 520, ETCV 530, ETCV 596, ETCV 598, ETCV 629