The Strategic Studies for Digital Transformation in Turkey



Exploring knowledge management in the practice of architecture: a pilot study from the Turkish capital
Kayaçetin, Nuri Cihan; Tanyer, Ali Murat; Restoration in Department of Architecture (2009)
Architecture-Engineering-Construction industry has recently been altering the ways of managing its resources. Knowledge is considered to be among the most precious of these resources. Knowledge is a critical factor in choosing the right projects, preparing the winning bids and successfully realizing the projects. It is also a critical factor for organizations because of the fact that - due to its nature that it exists as tacit or explicit, or in between - it is hard to record and reuse. This study investiga...
A Comparative Study of National Infrastructures for Digital (Open) Educational Resources in Higher Education
Marin, Victoria I.; Bond, Melissa; Zawacki-Richter, Olaf; AYDIN, CENGİZ HAKAN; Bedenlier, Svenja; Bozkurt, Aras; Conrad, Dianne; Jung, Insung; Kondakçı, Yaşar; Prinsloo, Paul; Qayyum, Adnan; Roberts, Jennifer; Sangra, Albert; van Tryon, Patricia J. Slagter; Veletsianos, George; Xiao, Junhong (2020-04-01)
This paper reports on the first stage of an international comparative study for the project "Digital educational architectures: Open learning resources in distributed learning infrastructures-EduArc", funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. This study reviews the situation of digital educational resources (or (O)ER) framed within the digital transformation of ten different Higher Education (HE) systems (Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Turk...
A Review and Roadmap of Online Learning Platforms and Tutorials in Digital Archaeology
Daems, Drıes (2020-02-01)
Overview With an ever-growing range of computational tools and applications now available for archaeological practice, the potential of digital archaeology is greater than ever before. Yet, archaeological curricula have not always followed suit, and many archaeologists are not up-to-date with the necessary digital skills. To fill this gap, online tutorials and learning platforms are being developed to familiarize archaeologists and students with the potential of digital media for archaeological research pra...
Modeling Electromagnetic Scattering from Random Array of Objects by Form Invariance of Maxwell's Equations
ÖZGÜN, ÖZLEM; Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa (2015-07-24)
Electromagnetic scattering from a random array of objects is modeled by using special coordinate transformations that are based on the form invariance property of Maxwell's equations. The main motivation is to perform multiple realizations of Monte Carlo simulations corresponding to different positions of objects in an efficient way by using a single mesh. This is achieved by locating transformation media within the computational domain. The proposed approach is applied to finite element method and tested b...
The meta-synthesis of digital storytelling studies in K-12
Öz, Sab; Yıldırım, Zahide; Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2019)
Digital storytelling is one of the well-known powerful teaching and learning strategies among educational institutions, organizations and school environments. Perhaps the most important factors that make digital storytelling highly preferred and popular are its being easily producible without requiring someone to be a media professional by the help of easily learned and used software, and its coinciding with some well-known instructional and learning theories such as self-directed learning, case-based reaso...
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E. Erdil, “The Strategic Studies for Digital Transformation in Turkey,” TEKPOL STI POLICY NEWSLETTER, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: