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College of Education


Faculty and Staff

Ismahan Arslan-Ari, Ed.D.

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Educational Studies
College of Education
E-mail: ARSLANAI@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-777-6585
Office: Wardlaw 132
Ismahan Ari

Background

Ismahan Arslan-Ari is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Studies. She received her doctorate (Ed.D.) in Instructional Technology with a minor in Special Education (Deafblind) from Texas Tech University. She also holds a master’s degree in Special Education. Previously, she worked as a lead instructional designer at the Texas Tech University Independent School District which provides fully online K-12 education to students all around the world. She also taught in the Instructional Technology program as an adjunct faculty. Her current research focuses on the ways to reduce extraneous cognitive load in computer-based multimedia learning environments, the use of assistive technologies and online learning.

Selected Publications

Arslan-Ari, I & Ari, F. (2014). Theoretical Foundations of Learning Environments, Edited by David Jonassen and Susan Land. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 15(2), 57-60.

Inan, F. A., Ari, F. Flores, R., Arslan-Ari, I. & Zaier, A. (2013). Uyarlanabilir cevrimiçi ogrenme sistemleri.  In K. Cagiltay & Y. Goktas (Eds.) Ogretim Teknolojilerinin Temelleri : Teoriler, Arastirmalar, Egilimler (pp.251-260). Ankara, Turkey: Pegem Akademi

Flores, R., Ari, F., Inan, F., Arslan-Ari, I. (2012). The Impact of Adapting Content for Students with Differing Prior Knowledge and Motivation. Journal of Educational Technology and Society, 15(3), 251-261.

Inan, F., Flores, R., Ari, F. & Arslan-Ari, I. (2011). Towards Individualized Online Learning: The Design and Development of an Adaptive Web Based Learning Environment. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 12(4), 467-489.

Ozcelik, E., Arslan-Ari, I. & Cagiltay, K. (2010). Why does signaling enhance multimedia learning? Evidence from eye movements. Computers in Human Behaviors, 26(1), 110-117.

Arslan-Ari, I & Inan, F. (2010). Technology use by Turkish college students with disabilities: A survey of access and use in Turkish universities. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 9(2), 40-45.

Selected Presentations

Zaier, A., Arslan-Ari, I., Inan, F.A., Uzunosmanoglu, D. S. & Maina, F. (2016, October). Effective Instructional Strategies Implemented by Preservice Teachers Teaching Diverse Students. Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Las Vegas, NV.

Ari, F., Abaci, S. & Arslan-Ari, I. (2016, April). Effects of E-Learning System Usability on Learner Motivation and Perceived Learning in Online Education. Paper presented at the Annual convention of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington. DC.

Arslan-Ari, I. & Crooks, S. (2014, April). Use of Cues to Promote Learning in an Animation: An Experimental Study. Paper presented at the Annual convention of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia. PA.

Arslan-Ari, I. & Crooks, S. (2013, October). Do Cues Foster Learning in a Complex Animation? An Empirical Study. Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Arslan-Ari, I.,  Paniukov, D. & Crooks, S. (2013, October). Is Self-paced Multimedia Instruction the Boundary Condition for Redundancy Effect. Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Paniukov, D., Arslan-Ari, I. & Crooks, S. (2013, October). The Redundancy and Modality Effects: Do They Apply for Static and Self-Paced Multimedia Instructions? Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.