Serdar Abaci was a Research Assosiciate working in educational technology conducting research on adoption of learning technologies in higher education.

He joined the Open Lab in March 2019. In his work with digital civics, he was looking at how the impact of technology use in education is evaluated across different contexts.

2020

Indiana University’s Faculty-driven Inclusive Access E-text Program

  1. Abaci S
  2. Quick J

2020Inclusive Access and E-text Programs in Higher Education

University-wide e-text adoption and students’ use of, preferences for, and learning with e-textbooks

  1. Abaci S
  2. Quick J

2020Inclusive Access and E-text Programs in Higher Education

2018

Indiana University’s affordable e-text model and strategies to increase impact beyond savings

  1. Abaci S
  2. Morrone AS

2018The Evolution of Affordable Content Efforts in the Higher Education Environment: Programs, Case Studies, and Examples

2017

Student engagement with e-texts: What the data tell us

  1. Abaci S
  2. Quick JD
  3. Morrone AS

2017Educause Review

Research and theory as necessary tools for organizational training and performance improvement practitioners

  1. Abaci S
  2. Pershing JA

2017TechTrends

2016

Effects of e-textbook instructor annotations on learner performance

  1. Dennis AR
  2. Abaci S
  3. Morrone AS
  4. Plaskoff J
  5. McNamara KO

2016Journal of Computing in Higher Education

Learning technologies badges for faculty professional development

  1. Goodrum DA
  2. Abaci S
  3. Morrone AS

2016Digital badges in education: Trends, issues, and cases

2015

Instructor engagement with e-texts

  1. Abaci S
  2. Morrone AS
  3. Dennis AR

2015Educause Review

2012

Preparation versus practice: How do teacher education programs and practicing teachers align in their use of technology to support teaching and learning

  1. Ottenbreit-Leftwich A
  2. Brush T
  3. Strycker J
  4. Gronseth S
  5. Roman T
  6. Abaci S
  7. van Leusen P
  8. Shin S
  9. Easterling W
  10. Plucker J

2012Computers & Education

Power Analysis Software for Educational Researchers

  1. Chao-Ying JP
  2. Long H
  3. Abaci S

2012The Journal of Experimental Education