Instructional Technologist/ Curriculum Specialist, NTO
Remzi Kizilboga is a doctoral candidate in Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University Bloomington. He is originally from Elazig, Turkey. He held his bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Education and Instructional Technology in Turkey. He has been living in Bloomington since 2011.
While studying for his master’s in Turkey, Remzi worked as an information technology teacher in an elementary and middle school, which helped him to shape his interest in the instructional use of technology. He also taught the Using Computers in Education course to pre-service teachers at Indiana University. Before starting to work as an Instructional Technologist/Curriculum Specialist at the National Network of Libraries at Medicine at the University of Utah, he worked as an Instructional Design Consultant in the Office of Online Education at Indiana University.
Remzi is interested in technology integration in educational settings align with instructional design principles. He loves to create efficient and effective instructional materials to engage learners and enhance learning. He is currently working on his dissertation, which is about the secondary teachers' instructional design activities in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment, and plans to graduate in May 2018.