Call for Submissions for a special issue of WJET on New Trends in the Human-Computer Interaction Studies

Call for Submissions for a special issue of WJET on New Trends in the Human-Computer Interaction Studies
Special issue in the WJET (World Journal on Educational Technology) invites submissions of papers in the areas of New Trends in the Human-Computer Interaction Studies. Maximum number of allowed wordl is 6000. Formatting instructions can be found at:

Submission deadline:              1 April 2020

Acceptance notification:         30  May 2013

Final manuscript due:              30 July 2020

Tentative publication date:      30  August 2013          

Contributions under the umbrella Human-Computer Interaction may come from a range of disciplinary fields and should address, directly or indirectly, one of the following “hot topics” in the field of New Trends in the Human-Computer Interaction Studies

Human-Computer Interaction Studies (HCI) on Learning

Eye-Tracking Studies in Education

Special Education Topics in HCI

Psychological Asessments and Training by Eye-Tracking

Using Observation and U-log Programs for Psychological Assessment

Usability Testing and Evaluation for Instructional Design

Assesment of Web Usability by Eye-Tracking

HCI Studies on Attention, Perception and Understanding

HCI Studies on the Types of Memory

Human-Robot Interaction Studies for Educational Purposes

Guest Editor:

Servet Bayram

Dean of  Computer Education and Instructional Technologies

Marmara University, Turkey

Articles should be submitted to:

Prof. Dr. Servet Bayram:



Prof. Dr. Steven M Ross,  John Hopkins University


Prof. Dr. Doğan İbrahim, Near East University


Prof. Dr. Ferhan Odabaşı, Anadolu University


Prof. Dr. Hafize Keser, Ankara Üniversity


Prof. Dr. Huseyin Uzunboylu, Near East University


Prof. Dr. Janet Parker, Open University


Prof. Dr. Halil İbrahim Yalın, Eastern Mediterian University 


Prof. Dr. Yavuz Akpınar, Bogazici University


Prof. Dr. Adem Karahoca


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nadire Cavus, Near East University


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Isıl Kabakcı, , Anadolu University


Assist. Prof. Dr. Fezile Özdamlı, Near East University

   Assist. Prof. Dr. Dilek Karahoca




Prof. Dr. Servet Bayram

Marmara Üniversitesi, Turkey

 Prof. Dr. Servet Bayram graduated with a Bachelor degree from Department of Psychology at the Istanbul University in 1985. After receiving the Certificate of Teaching and the title of Psychologist, he worked as a Consultant/Educational Psychologist at Bogazici University in Istanbul between 1988-1992. When he completed his Masters degree in Guidance& Counseling at the Bogazici University, he went to the United States for doctoral studies. He completed his doctoral studies in "Learning and Teaching Technologies" and received a Doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1995. Then, as a Post Doctoral Fellow, he went to Bloomington in Indiana. At the Indiana University he studied on the Electronic Performance Support and Information Systems in 1996. Between 1997-1998, he served as a Second Lieutenant & Psychologist at the Air Force Academy in Istanbul. Then as an Asistant Professor, he started to work at the Department of Computer Education & Instructional Technologies in the Marmara University. He was promoted to Associate Professorship on Computer Education & Instructional Technologies in 2000. Then, he became a full professor in the sama area in 2006. He has been working as a chairman of the department since 2000. Human-Computer Interaction, Educational Software Design, Usability Engineering, Human Resource Management, Project Management, School Achievement and Motivation, Psychology of Learning, Attention, Perception and Understanding are among his research/teaching interest.

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ISSN: 1309-0348