Dr. Devrim Ozdemir is an experienced scholar in the field of instructional design and technology. He has experience in higher education for more than a decade. His current work focuses on the development and improvement of competency-based graduate professional degree programs. He works one-on-one and collectively with faculty to develop quality courses. He also provides leadership to the degree programs to assess student learning and competency achievement using learning analytics and big data. He provides faculty development to develop quality courses/programs and utilize the latest technologies such as electronic portfolios and learning object repositories.
Dr. Ozdemir has proven to be a life saver as our program has moved rapidly forward with developing specific syllabi and curriculum for the 2nd year of our Physician Assistant Program at Des Moines University. His foundational knowledge in curriculum design and ability to work with each individual faculty member as we pursue our goals … Continue reading Pam Harrison Chambers – Physician Assistant at Des Moines University
Dr. Ozdemir possesses in-depth knowledge and expertise on a wide spectrum of educational and technological issues and resources in higher education. He is able to critically analyze both the theoretical as well as practical aspects of researching, implementing, and efficiently utilizing new technologies and processes with the end goal of the student in mind. Dr. … Continue reading Becky Hines – Education Librarian at Des Moines University