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Gamze Ozogul
Assistant Professor
W.W. Wright Education Building Room 2222
Phone : (812) 856-8281
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Department:  Instructional Systems Technology


B.S. in Curriculum and Instruction (Hacettepe University, Turkey), M.S. in Computer Education and Instructional Technology (Middle East Technical University, Turkey), Ph.D. in Educational Technology (Arizona State University), Post doctorate in Electrical Engineering (Arizona State University). Previously Assistant Research Professor in Electrical Engineering (ASU), Associate Director of Measurement and Evaluation (ASU), Research Manager (University of Phoenix), and Evaluation Consultant for Microsoft. Have experience both in academia and industry in evaluation, instructional design, research methods, multimedia design, feedback, problem solving, and teacher education, and expects to continue research in these areas.



    • Nominated by my doctoral student John Wisneski to the Outstanding Mentor Award in the School of Education at Indiana University


    • Moreno, R., Reisslein, M., Ozogul, G. (2009). Optimizing worked-example instruction in electrical engineering: The role of fading and feedback during problem-solving practice. Journalof Engineering Education, 98, 83-92.
    • Johnson, A. M., Ozogul, G., Reisslein, M. (2015). Supporting multimedia learning with visual signalling and animated pedagogical agent: moderating effects of prior knowledge.Journal of Computer Assisted Learning,31(2), 97-115.
    • Ozogul, G., Sullivan, H. (2009). Student performance and attitudes under formative evaluation by teacher, self and peer evaluators. Educational Technology Research and Development 57, 393-410.
    • Moreno, R., Reisslein, M. Ozogul, G. (2010) Using APAs to guide visual attention. Journal ofMedia Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications.22(2), 52-60.
    • Reisslein J., Ozogul G., Johnson A.M., Bishop K.L., Harvey J., and Reisslein M. (2013)Circuits Kit K-12 Outreach: Impact of Circuit Element Representation and Student Gender,IEEE Transactions on Education, 56(3):316-321.
    • Wisneski, J., Ozogul G., Bichelmeyer, B.A. (2015). Does teaching presence transfer between MBA teaching environments" A comparative investigation of instructional design practices associated with teaching presence. The Internet and Higher Education, 25, 18-27.
    • Reisslein, M., Moreno, R. Ozogul, G. (July 2010) Pre-college electrical engineering instruction: the impact of abstract vs contextualized representation and practice on learning.Journal of Engineering Education, 99(3).
    • Ozogul, G., Olina, Z., Sullivan, H. (2008). Teacher, self- and peer evaluation of lesson plans written by preservice teachers. Educational Technology Research and Development 56, 181-201
    • Johnson, A..M., Ozogul G., DiDonato M.D., Reisslein M. (2013). Learning from abstract and contextualized representations: the effect of verbal guidance. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(60): 2239-2247.
    • Johnson, A.M., Ozogul G., DiDonato M.D, and Reisslein M. (2013).Engineering perceptions of female and male K-12 students: effects of a multimedia overview on elementary, middle-, and high-school students. European Journal of Engineering Education. 102.2, 319-337.
    • Ozogul, G., Johnson, A.M. Reisslein, R. (2012)Technological Literacy Learning With Cumulative and Stepwise Integration of Equations Into Electrical Circuit Diagrams. IEEETransactions on Education.55 (4).
    • Johnson, A.M., Ozogul G., Moreno R., Reisslein M.(2013). Pedagogical Agent Signaling of Multiple Visual Engineering Representations: The Case of the Young Female Agent , ASEE Journal of Engineering Education , 102(1).
    • Moreno, R., Ozogul, G., Reisslein, M. (2011). Using virtual peers to guide visual attention during learning: a test of the persona hypothesis. Journal of Educational Psychology.103(1):32-47.
    • Johnson, A. M., Butcher, K. R., Ozogul, G., Reisslein, M. (2014). Introductory circuit analysis learning from abstract and contextualized circuit representations: effects of diagram labels.IEEE Transactions on Education,57(3), 160-168.
    • Ozogul G., Johnson A.M., Atkinson R.K., and Reisslein M. (2013).Investigating the Impact of Pedagogical Agent Gender Matching and Learner Choice on Learning Outcomes and Perceptions.Computers and Education.67:36-50.


    • Journal of Computer Assisted Learning: Served as reviewer and reviewed article, provided feedback to authors
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