Suzan's area of expertise is online learning with an emphasis on open and networked scholarship and socio-cultural aspects of learning in further and higher education contexts.
Suzan has taught classes on technology and ethics, youth's use of social media, and online learning communities. She also has extensive experience in designing professional development events and programmes for meaningful technology integration.
PhD Learning Technologies, Curriculum and Instruction (University of Minnesota)
MEd Learning Technologies, Curriculum and Instruction (University of Minnesota)
Post-baccalaureate Certificate Technology Enhanced Learning, Multimedia Design and Development (University of Minnesota)
Selected Academic Work
Koseoglu. S. (2016). Third Learning Spaces in Open Online Courses. Dissertation submitted to the graduate school of the University of Minnesota. Full study is available at https://www.academia.edu/26837921/Third_Learning_Spaces_in_Open_Online_Courses_Findings_from_an_Interpretive_Case_Study
Koseoglu, S., & Bali, M. (2016). The Self as an Open Educational Resource. OER16, Edinburgh, UK.
Koseoglu, S., & Koutropoulos, A. (2016). Teaching presence in MOOCs: Perspectives and learning design strategies. In Cranmer S., de Laat M., Ryberg, T. & Sime, JA (Eds.). Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning 2016. Lancaster, UK.
Koseoglu, S., & Pazureka, A. (2014). Design-Based Research: A Collaborative Research Methodology for Improving Online Courses. Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference, Anaheim, California.