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Mustafa Kemal, "Atatürk" -  Father of the Turks:<br />"Peace at Home, Peace in the World.”<br />REPUBLIC OF TURKEY<br />Of...
REPULIC OF TURKEY <br />Ottoman Empire from 1218-1922<br />Duration: 640 years<br />Istanbul, Turkey, where two continents...
BRIEF HISTORY<br />TURKEY Is a new country in an old land.<br /><ul><li>Hittite, Thracian, Hellenistic, and Byzantine civi...
Anatolia, the most productive part of the massive Byzantine Empire with its capital in Constantinople.
The Ottoman Empire dynasty from  1218-1922 endured for six centuries through the reigns of thirty-six sultans.
Aftermath of World War I, prompted the establishment of the Turkish national movement.
Turkish War of Independence was waged, under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal, a military commander
“Republic of Turkey" was born on October 29, 1923, with the new capital of Ankara.
Mustafa Kemal - first President of Turkey, introduced many radical reforms with the aim of founding a new secular republic...
Nationalism
Populism
Reformism
Statism and
Secularism.</li></ul>http://www.geographic.org/<br />
Main Cities<br />Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city (approx. 12 million) and <br />the country’s undisputed cultural and fi...
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is a historical mosque in Istanbul, <br />the largest city in Turkey and the capital of the Ottoma...
Gross Domestic Product<br />
       Labor Force Growth<br />Notice the countries with which Turkey is compared <br />in the charts below. They are mark...
Health Performance Rank By Country<br />Provided by World Health Organization<br />191 Countries reporting<br />From the W...
Reference to Chart above:<br />Computer Industry Almanac Inc.=	 <br />Comp. Ind. Almanac <br />International Telecommunica...
WOMEN IN TURKEY  <br /> 2006  2007  2008   2009    2010<br />Women Leaders and Gender Parity <br />The Global Gender Gap R...
WOMEN OF TURKEY <br /><ul><li>Mean age of marriage for women (years)....................................................23
Fertility rate (births per woman) ...............................................................2.10
Overall population sex ratio (male/female)...............................................1.01
Year women received right to vote ..........................................................1930</li></ul>Note: Blue bars ...
WOMEN OF TURKEY <br />Data from : Women Leaders and Gender Parity – The Global Gender Gap Report 2010 <br />http://www.wef...
EDUCATION LEVEL OF WORKING WOMEN<br />10/100<br />Illiterate Workers<br />15/100<br />Tertiary Education<br />60/100<br />...
WOMEN in PROFESSION<br />Urbanization &<br />Decline in agricultural employment <br />	are the two main factors that have ...
EDUCATION<br /> It has the largest budget of any ministry with an allocation of over 22% of the national budget<br />Educa...
Ankara, Turkey<br />Established  on April 15, 1946.<br />Universal Decimal Classification<br />UDC – subject= 027.7(73):02...
THE EUROPEAN LIBRARY <br />Hosted by the  KoninklijkeBibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague<br />http...
Turkish researchers now are able to study resources in European national libraries through a Turkish interface and Europea...
Available in 28 languages, offering access to a wide variety of resources housed in 47 national libraries in all EU member...
The  European national libraries participating in this endeavor are all members of the Conference of European National Lib...
                         <br />LIBRARY AFFILIATIONS<br />http://www.kutuphaneci.org.tr<br />Turkish Librarians’ Associatio...
CENL (The Conference of European National Librarians)
LIBER (The Association of European Research Libraries)</li></ul>Bibliographic sources for Librarians is <br />LISA (Librar...
PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS<br />
A Biography of Atatürk (*)<br /><ul><li>Mustafa Kemal's Childhood and Education
Mustafa Kemal as an Army Commander
The War of Independence
The Views of Atatürk
The Reforms of Atatürk
Atatürk's Principles
İstiklalMarşı</li></ul>On this site there is an ATATURK’S SPECIAL http://www.mkutup.gov.tr/menu/84<br />Atatürk's Death <b...
TURKISH UNIVERSITIES<br /><ul><li>100 public universities
about 50 private, non-profit universities, which are referred to as foundation universities
an additional 20 or so higher education institutions are vocational in nature or are military or police schools.
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  • “The country takes its name from that of its indigenous people; theTURKS. Their own name means “strong”, “powerful”. [Room, A. (2006). Placenames Of The World:]Turkey is a land rich in history and cultural wealth. Hittites, Persians, Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans have all made important contributions to the history of the area. Ancient sites and ruins scattered throughout the country give sufficient proof of each civilization&apos;s unique distinction. The world&apos;s first known settlement, is found in Turkey and dates back to 6,500 B.C. From those days to the present, Turkey boasts a rich culture that, through those centuries, has made a lasting impression on modern civilization. Upon the decline of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century, a young man named Mustafa Kemal who was a soldier and a great visionary, took the defeat of World War I, and turned it into a shining victory by liberating Turkey from occupying forces. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk founded the Republic of Turkey on October 29, 1923. He led his country towards peace and stability that brought about tremendous economic growth and increasing modernization. Through decades of change and growth, Turkey still boasts growing success, living by Atatürk&apos;s motto of &quot;Peace at Home, Peace in the World.”
  • Formerly in ancient times--Constantinople Istanbul, Turkey, where two continents meet. “One of the world’s most strategic waterways—the strait between Europe &amp; Asia connects the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara and ultimately to the Mediterranean Sea. Today it splits the city of Istanbul in two.”The formal name is THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY, but it is known as simply - TUKIYE.” meaning “strong”, “powerful”. Notice the countries surrounding Turkey.
  • TURKEY Is a new country in an old land.Across the centuries, Hittite, Thracian, Hellenistic, and Byzantine civilizations lived in this land today known as The Republic of Turkey.Known as Anatolia, this part of the empire was the most productive part of the massive Byzantine Empire with its capital in Constantinople. The Ottoman Empire dynasty from year 1218-1922 endured for six centuries through the reigns of thirty-six sultans.The occupation of some parts of Turkey by the Allies in the aftermath of World War I, prompted the establishment of the Turkish national movement. Under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal, a military commander, the Turkish War of Independence was waged.“Republic of Turkey&quot; on October 29, 1923, with the new capital of Ankara. Mustafa Kemal - first President of Turkey, introduced many radical reforms with the aim of founding a new secular republic from the remnants of its Ottoman past.
  • http://www.geographic.org/Atatürk and his associates regarded both religious rules and traditional cultural practices as hindrances to the creation of their shared vision of a modern society. In fact, their ideal society for Turkey was the pattern of personal and family relations that prevailed among the educated upper classes of Europe during the 1920s and 1930s. Consequently, many policies enacted during the early republican period were designed explicitly to remold Turkish society according to an urban European model. Six Arrows&quot; of Kemal Ataturk: republicanism,NationalismPopulismReformismStatismand secularism
  • Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city (approx. 12 million) and the country’s undisputed cultural and financial centerAnkara is Turkey’s capital and second-largest city (pop. 4.5 million), Ankara is the seat of government and diplomacy and is also a university town with a large student population.Edirne is one of the oldest settlements in Turkey, dating back to the Neolithic age 7.000-6.000 B.C. and was also the second largest city of the Ottoman Empire. Hence, its rich cultural heritageIzmir, a city on the Aegean coast is Turkey’s third-largest city and second most important port.
  • The Church of the Divine Wisdom (Hagia Sophia in Greek) in Istanbul is one of the most impressive and important buildings ever constructed. Events of all kinds have taken their toll on the building over the centuries, although the surviving main structure is essentially that which was first built between 532 and 537. After conquest of the city in 1453, Hagia Sophia was converted to a mosque (AyasofyaCamii), which it remained until the fall of the Ottoman empire in the early twentieth century.It served as Istanbul&apos;s most revered mosque until 1935 when Atatürk, recognizing its world-historical significance, had it proclaimed a museumSource http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/haso/hd_haso.htm
  • Turkey ranks 17th in Gross Domestic Product. It grew steadily until a sharp downturn around 2008.
  • Notice the countries with which Turkey is compared in the charts below. They are marketing the labor force so chose to identify with the “EU and Eastern Europe neighbors rather than the Middle East.http://www.turkey-now.org/db/Docs/Invest%20In%20Turkey/11-LaborForceinTurkey.pdf
  • Overall Level of Health: A good health system, above all, contributes to good health f its citizens. World Health Organization last assessed overall population health using several indicators to see how well the objective of good health is being achieved in each country.
  • Notice the chart showing Internet Usage statistics from 2000 to 2010.
  • Notice the Gender gap index is well over 100 each year from 2006 -2009. The graph at the top right shows the inequality or near equality females have to them male population.The literacy rate is lower for women, partly because of expected domestic duties.
  • Mean age of marriage for women (years)....................................................23Fertility rate (births per woman) ...............................................................2.10Overall population sex ratio (male/female)...............................................1.01Year women received right to vote ..........................................................1930Tertiary Education--
  • Chart goes through 1st quarter of 2011:Out of 100 women, 10 will be Illiterate workers60 will be below high school workers15 will be High School or Vocational School15 education
  • Here you see the percentage of women in profession in Turkey with those in academia the highest, at 36% Civil Service and Medicine at 33%.School Principal is the lowest with 4%.What can be done about the decline in women in the workplace?Sustaining investments on educationAffordable childcareCreating job opportunities for first time job seekers
  • Primary education is free with the exception of private schools which accommodate 2% of primary school children. However, some schools impose donations on families.
  • The National Library of Turkey is one of the most recent nationallibraries in the world having been organized in 1946. Having out grow the original space, a new building was opened for use in August of1983.To increase the opportunities for their citizens, the National Library of Turkey has joined with The European Library in 2009. From 2002 to 2010 there was an average of 160 percent increase in the number of users.NEWS STORY: TOP TEN LIBRARIES OF TURKEY - http://www.mkutup.gov.tr/menu/84.Universal Decimal ClassificationThe code itself is independent of any particular language or script (consisting of Arabic numerals and common punctuation marks), and the accompanying class descriptions have appeared in many translated versions. UDC is in worldwide use, and has been published in whole or in part in 40 different languages. UDC is used in bibliographic services, documentation centers and libraries in around 130 countries world-wide. The National Library of Turkey has joined The European Library,  http://www.publiclibraries.com/world.htm
  • Hosted by the KoninklijkeBibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, The Haguehttp://search.theeuropeanlibrary.org/portal/tr/index.htmlunderstanding of the richness and diversity of European learning and culture.Mission of The European Library:The European Library exists to open up the universe of knowledge, information and cultures of all Europe&apos;s national librariesEXPLAIN SEARCH BOXPress Release 10 July 2009, Friday The National Library of Turkey has joined The European Library, a Web service that offers access to the resources of 47 national libraries across Europe. TheEuropeanLibrary.org portal, launched in March 2005, and Turkey joined in 2009.Turkish researchers now are able to study resources in European national libraries through a Turkish interface and European peers will be able to access Turkish sources directly.Available in 28 languages, offering access to a wide variety of resources housed in 47 national libraries in all EU member states and candidate states alike. The European national libraries participating in this endeavor are all members of the Conference of European National Librarians (CENL), a foundation aiming at increasing and reinforcing the role of national libraries in Europe.
  • Turkish librarians and staff attempt to promote library services, even if scant. There are not as many professionally trained librarians in the many libraries in Turkey, especially the public ones but are involved in One of the important professionalbibliographic sources for Librarians is LISA (Library and Information Science Abstracts.)http://www.kutuphaneci.org.tr/Turkish Librarians’ Association http://www.kutuphaneci.org.tr/
  • As I searched educational and research websites, I noticed that most of them have in common the high reverence and regard they have for The founder and first president of the Republic. His image and the flag is on most websites and in schools, his picture and creedos are posted in the front of the classroom. Almost every library site found had a special section devoted to all things Ataturk—Father of Turkey. This one says Ataturk’s Special, another called it Ataturk’s Corner, and so on.
  • Most of the schools of higher learning in Turkey, were established after the Republic was established. 100 public universitiesabout 50 private, non-profit universities, which are referred to as foundation universities
  • Istanbul University, as one of the oldest educational institutions, not only of Turkey, but also of the worldfounded when Mehmet the Conqueror conquered IstanbulEducation began to be available in theological schools (&quot;medrese/madrasah&quot; as they were then called) and, until the end of the 16th century, these schools were instrumental in educating the ruling cadres of the Ottoman societyWhen the Turkish Republic was founded, Istanbul University was the only institution of higher education.1924-As a first step in modernization, the Istanbul University in the style of European universities, rather than the madrasahs. It comprised the departments of medicine, law, literature, theology, and science. The institution was renamed “Istanbul University”.
  • http://www.scimagolab.com :: http://www.scimagoir.comThis slide shows the top 5 Universities in PSHYSICAL SCIENCES PUBLICATIONS. It shows world rank, region, and rank in the country. Output of pblicationsand the International collaboration is listed. CHART
  • Ranked by country, region, worldO::OutputAn institution&apos;s publication output reveals its scientific outcomes in terms of published documents in scholarly journals.IC::International CollaborationThis value shows the institution&apos;s output ratio that has been produced incollaboration with foreign institutions. The values are computed by analyzingthe institution&apos;s output whose affiliation includes more than one country
  • The University has two main campuses. The first is located in the old town of Ankara and hosts the Medical Centre, and the second is the Beytepe Campus, which is 13 km from the city centre
  • Professor İhsan Doğramacı FOUNDATION(April 3, 1915 – February 25, 2010)Turkish academic of Iraqi Turkmen descent born in Erbil, Iraq, then Ottoman Empire A pediatric physician and an international leader of developmentFounder of Bilkent University, a leading private university, in Ankara, TurkeyIn 1946, he was a Co-ratifier of World Health Organization (WHO&apos;s) constitutionFirst President and the Chairman of its Board of Trustees in WHO (World Health Organization) since 1985.Founder of the Children&apos;s Hospital in Ankara, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, the first College of Nursing and several other universities in Turkey where he also served as the Rector and ChancellorStarted schools and educational facilities across the Middle East Region, especially in his home country of IsraelBesides the University, many, many educational facilities have been built in the Middle East. Professor was one of the most important current-day figures in Turkey.
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  • This table was ranked by H index which remained flat at 158 from 1996 until present. The Number of documents increased dramatically in the last 5 years - from 19,018 to 27,318 but the citations per document reduced significantly from 5.97 per document in 2005 to .85 in 2009. In fact, looking back to 1996, the citations per document was at 8.33 which seems to indicate that the productivity has increased but the influence of the work has declined.
  • Turkey Prime Ministry: State Planning Organization (DPT)=http://www.dpt.gov.tr/ing/Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV)--Supporting R&amp;D and technological innovation projects of the private sector in Turkey since 1991, What is TTGV?Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV) is a foundation established by 26 private sector companies, 6 public institutions and 10 umbrella organizations and 14 individuals.Since TTGV is established in accordance with the international loan agreement signed between Turkish Republic and the World Bank, it is considered one of the three foundations established by law in Turkey.TTGV is subject to all the regulations on the foundations of Turkish Republic.=http://www.ttgv.org.tr/en
  • TÜBA - The Turkish Academy of Sciences /Turkish: TürkiyeBilimlerAkademisi – TÜBA / TÜBA is an autonomous scholarly society acting to promote scientific activities in Turkey. Although it is attached to the office of the Prime Minister and is largely funded by the government, it maintains financial and administrative autonomy. The academy is headquarteredin Ankara, Turkey.
  • Conclusion of article : “So the success rate of women is higher than for men and there seem to be definitely enough female applicants.”From: “The gender challenge in research funding assessing the European national sciences” / TurkeyMaaikeRomijn - November 2008.
  • The top 8 funding agencies of 2009 are governmental based; TUBITAK And many arms of that agency
  • Turkey, the land of ancient times is an important country with a unique place in the world. The country is strong and proud of their long history. The people and leaders realize that there are many challenges as well as possibilities ahead and move forward, embracing the new day.
  • Transcript of "Turkey - Overview and Publication Statistics"

    1. 1. Mustafa Kemal, "Atatürk" - Father of the Turks:<br />"Peace at Home, Peace in the World.”<br />REPUBLIC OF TURKEY<br />Often Grouped with:<br />Middle East<br />Western Europe<br />Southeastern Europe<br />Southwestern Asia<br />
    2. 2. REPULIC OF TURKEY <br />Ottoman Empire from 1218-1922<br />Duration: 640 years<br />Istanbul, Turkey, where two continents meet. <br />
    3. 3. BRIEF HISTORY<br />TURKEY Is a new country in an old land.<br /><ul><li>Hittite, Thracian, Hellenistic, and Byzantine civilizations
    4. 4. Anatolia, the most productive part of the massive Byzantine Empire with its capital in Constantinople.
    5. 5. The Ottoman Empire dynasty from 1218-1922 endured for six centuries through the reigns of thirty-six sultans.
    6. 6. Aftermath of World War I, prompted the establishment of the Turkish national movement.
    7. 7. Turkish War of Independence was waged, under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal, a military commander
    8. 8. “Republic of Turkey" was born on October 29, 1923, with the new capital of Ankara.
    9. 9. Mustafa Kemal - first President of Turkey, introduced many radical reforms with the aim of founding a new secular republic from the remnants of its Ottoman past.</li></li></ul><li>THE NEW REPUBLIC OF TURKEY<br />Atatürk and his associates regarded both religious rules and traditional cultural practices as hindrances to the creation a modern society. <br />Ideal society for Turkey was the pattern of personal and family relations that prevailed among the educated upper classes of Europe during the 1920s and 1930s.<br />Policies designed to remold Turkish society according to an urban European model.<br /> Six Arrows" of Kemal Ataturk: <br /><ul><li>Republicanism,
    10. 10. Nationalism
    11. 11. Populism
    12. 12. Reformism
    13. 13. Statism and
    14. 14. Secularism.</li></ul>http://www.geographic.org/<br />
    15. 15. Main Cities<br />Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city (approx. 12 million) and <br />the country’s undisputed cultural and financial center<br />Ankara is Turkey’s capital and second-largest city <br />(pop. 4.5 million), Ankara is the seat of government and <br />diplomacy and is also a university town with a large student population.<br />Edirne is one of the oldest settlements in Turkey, dating back to the Neolithic age 7.000-6.000 B.C. and was also the second largest city of the Ottoman Empire. Hence, its rich cultural heritage<br />Izmir, a city on the Aegean coast is Turkey’s third-largest city and second most important port.<br />
    16. 16. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is a historical mosque in Istanbul, <br />the largest city in Turkey and the capital of the Ottoman Empire (from 1453 to 1923). The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior.<br /><ul><li>The Church of the Divine Wisdom (Hagia Sophia in Greek)</li></ul> in Istanbul is one of the most impressive and important<br /> buildings ever constructed.<br /><ul><li>Events of all kinds have taken their toll on the building </li></ul> over the centuries, although the surviving main structure<br /> is essentially that which was built between 532 and 537.<br />Source http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/haso/hd_haso.htm<br />
    17. 17. Gross Domestic Product<br />
    18. 18. Labor Force Growth<br />Notice the countries with which Turkey is compared <br />in the charts below. They are marketing their labor<br />Force so chose to identify with the EU and its Eastern<br />Europeneighbors rather than the Middle East.<br />http://www.turkey-now.org/db/Docs/Invest%20In%20Turkey/11-LaborForceinTurkey.pdf<br />
    19. 19. Health Performance Rank By Country<br />Provided by World Health Organization<br />191 Countries reporting<br />From the World Health Organization,<br /> provided by<br />http://www.photius.com/rankings.<br />
    20. 20.
    21. 21. Reference to Chart above:<br />Computer Industry Almanac Inc.= <br />Comp. Ind. Almanac <br />International Telecommunication Union=<br />ITU<br />Computer Industry Almanac Inc.<br />http://www.c-i-a.com<br />
    22. 22. WOMEN IN TURKEY <br /> 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010<br />Women Leaders and Gender Parity <br />The Global Gender Gap Report 2010<br />www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GenderGap_Report_2010.pdf<br />
    23. 23. WOMEN OF TURKEY <br /><ul><li>Mean age of marriage for women (years)....................................................23
    24. 24. Fertility rate (births per woman) ...............................................................2.10
    25. 25. Overall population sex ratio (male/female)...............................................1.01
    26. 26. Year women received right to vote ..........................................................1930</li></ul>Note: Blue bars indicate female values and white bars indicate male values.<br />
    27. 27. WOMEN OF TURKEY <br />Data from : Women Leaders and Gender Parity – The Global Gender Gap Report 2010 <br />http://www.weforum.org/women-leaders-and-gender-parity<br />Total of 134 countries reporting<br />
    28. 28. EDUCATION LEVEL OF WORKING WOMEN<br />10/100<br />Illiterate Workers<br />15/100<br />Tertiary Education<br />60/100<br />Below High school Workers<br />15/100<br />High/Voc. Tech School<br />Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEİK)<br />TURKSTAT<br />http://www.turkey-now.org/<br />
    29. 29. WOMEN in PROFESSION<br />Urbanization &<br />Decline in agricultural employment <br /> are the two main factors that have <br />contributed to decrease the share of women having or seeking jobs in Turkey<br />UNICEF Worldwide<br />http://www.unicef.org/turkey/gr/ge21c.html <br />
    30. 30. EDUCATION<br /> It has the largest budget of any ministry with an allocation of over 22% of the national budget<br />Education : Compulsory for 8 years (recently decreed)<br />
    31. 31. Ankara, Turkey<br />Established on April 15, 1946.<br />Universal Decimal Classification<br />UDC – subject= 027.7(73):024.68<br /> <br />National Library of Turkey<br />
    32. 32. THE EUROPEAN LIBRARY <br />Hosted by the KoninklijkeBibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague<br />http://search.theeuropeanlibrary.org/portal/tr/index.html<br />understanding of the richness and diversity of European learning and culture.Mission of The European Library:The European Library exists to open up the universe of knowledge, information and cultures of all Europe's national libraries<br />Press Release <br />10 July 2009, Friday <br />The National Library of Turkey has joined The European Library, <br />a Web service that offers access to the resources of 47 national libraries across Europe. <br /><ul><li>TheEuropeanLibrary.org portal, was launched March 2005, and Turkey joined in 2009.
    33. 33. Turkish researchers now are able to study resources in European national libraries through a Turkish interface and European peers will be able to access Turkish sources directly.
    34. 34. Available in 28 languages, offering access to a wide variety of resources housed in 47 national libraries in all EU member states and candidate states alike.
    35. 35. The European national libraries participating in this endeavor are all members of the Conference of European National Librarians (CENL), a foundation aiming at increasing and reinforcing the role of national libraries in Europe. </li></li></ul><li>The National Library of Turkey is one of the most recent National libraries in the world. The work of the National Library of Turkey was started in April, 1946 and they started serving its users in this new building on August 5, 1983.<br />
    36. 36.                          <br />LIBRARY AFFILIATIONS<br />http://www.kutuphaneci.org.tr<br />Turkish Librarians’ Association <br /><ul><li>June 3, 1961, the main charter for this</li></ul> professional organization for Turkish Librarians<br /><ul><li>IFLA(The International Federation of</li></ul>Library Associations and Institutions)<br /><ul><li>CDNL (The Conference of Directors of National Libraries)
    37. 37. CENL (The Conference of European National Librarians)
    38. 38. LIBER (The Association of European Research Libraries)</li></ul>Bibliographic sources for Librarians is <br />LISA (Library and Information <br />Science Abstracts). <br />/<br />Library Week in Turkey<br />For the past 47 years, the last week in March has been celebrated as Library Week in Turkey with the goal of developing the love of reading and emphasizing the importance of books to students and the awareness of libraries for the general public.<br />
    39. 39. PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS<br />
    40. 40. A Biography of Atatürk (*)<br /><ul><li>Mustafa Kemal's Childhood and Education
    41. 41. Mustafa Kemal as an Army Commander
    42. 42. The War of Independence
    43. 43. The Views of Atatürk
    44. 44. The Reforms of Atatürk
    45. 45. Atatürk's Principles
    46. 46. İstiklalMarşı</li></ul>On this site there is an ATATURK’S SPECIAL http://www.mkutup.gov.tr/menu/84<br />Atatürk's Death <br />Atatürk's Address to Turkish Youth <br />Atatürk's Speech on The Occasion of The Tenth Anniversary of The Republic <br />Some Statements of Atatürk <br />Events in Atatürk's Life in Chronological Order <br />(*) A Biography of Atatürk ; The founder and the first president of<br />The Republic of Turkey : His reforms and principles.<br />Trans. by Mustafa ZekiCingoz ; Georgina Özer Istanbul : İnkılapKitabevi, 1988. <br />"BIBLIOGRAPHIC BASIS FOR “ATATÜRK INVESTIGATIONS” ÖZER SOYSAL"<br />Selected Atatürk photographs from The National Library`s archive<br />Bibliographic citations in english related with Atatürk in The National Library's collection<br />Links to various Atatürk pages on Internet<br />E-Mail info@mkutup.gov.tr <br />
    47. 47. TURKISH UNIVERSITIES<br /><ul><li>100 public universities
    48. 48. about 50 private, non-profit universities, which are referred to as foundation universities
    49. 49. an additional 20 or so higher education institutions are vocational in nature or are military or police schools.
    50. 50. Turkish universities do not typically rank within the top 100 in the world
    51. 51. A number of schools rank in the top 500 including Istanbul University, Middle East Technical University and Bilkent University.
    52. 52. Turkish technology and engineering schools are often considered to provide an equivalent education to schools in the US.</li></ul>1453 – Istanbul University was founded and is the oldest university in Turkey<br />1773 – establishment of Istanbul Technical University to provide engineering education in the Western sense<br />1923 - establishment of Ankara University 1773 <br />
    53. 53. ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY<br />Established in 1773 <br />during the time of the Ottoman Empire<br />
    54. 54. SIR WORLD REPORT 2010 <br />Physical Sciences<br />2277 Research Institutes reporting<br />SCImago Research Group, Copyright 2010. <br />Data Source: Scopus® <br />
    55. 55. SIR WORLD REPORT 2010 <br />Health Sciences<br />1,875 Institutes and University Reporting<br />SCImago Research Group, Copyright 2010. <br />Data Source: Scopus® <br />
    56. 56. TURKEY UNIVERSITIES<br />BilkentUniversity <br />enrolls 10840 students in faculties and schools on campus in Ankara, Turkey<br />The HacettepeUniversity has two main campuses. The first is located in the old town of Ankara and hosts the Medical Centre, and the second is the Beytepe Campus, which is 13 km from the city center.<br />
    57. 57. FOUNDATIONS<br />Professor İhsan Doğramacı FOUNDATION<br />(April 3, 1915 – February 25, 2010)<br /><ul><li>Born in Erbil, Iraq, then Ottoman Empire, Turkish academic of Iraqi Turkmen descent
    58. 58. A pediatric physician and an international leader of development
    59. 59. Fluent in Turkish, English, French, German, Arabic ,Persian and authored over 100 scientific articles, three books, six book chapters, served as the editor of four medical journals
    60. 60. Founder of Bilkent University, a leading private university, in Ankara, Turkey with the fundamental aim of creating a center of excellence in higher education and medical research.
    61. 61. In 1946, he was a Co-ratifier of World Health Organization (WHO's) constitution; First President and the Chairman of its Board of Trustees in WHO (World Health Organization) since 1985.
    62. 62. Founder of the Children's Hospital in Ankara, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, the first College of Nursing and several other universities in Turkey where he also served as the Rector and Chancellor
    63. 63. Started schools and educational facilities across the Middle East Region,</li></ul> especially in his home country of Israel.<br />
    64. 64. OTHER FOUNDATIONS <br /> OF TURKEY<br /><ul><li>The Women’s Library and Information Centre Foundation</li></ul>was founded April 14,1990 in order to ‘understand the presence of women in history, offer proper information to women researchers and preserve today’s writtendocuments for future generations’. The Foundation resides in a historicalbuilding in Fener, Istanbul which was provided by the Istanbul MetropolitanMunicipality.<br /><ul><li>Community Volunteers Foundation
    65. 65. Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Culture and Tourism
    66. 66. Deutsche Bank A.Ş.
    67. 67. Finansinvest
    68. 68. Fortis Bank A.Ş.
    69. 69. Horizon Investment SA
    70. 70. Western Union Foundation</li></ul>http://media.library.ku.edu.tr/KITAP/5-Ana%20metin.pdf<br />
    71. 71. SUBJECT AREAS OF PUBLICATION <br />Six of 27 subject areas are shown<br />with output by Medicine being the greatest. <br />The four lowest ranking subject areas are listed in red.<br />SJR Country search/subject<br />ScimagoLab , Copyright 2007-2011. <br />Data Source: Scopus®<br />
    72. 72. AUTHOR SEARCH<br />TheSearch performed below is limited by Author in order to find who authored the most during 2009.<br />Available from: Web of Science/Country Search / Select Region > Western Europe > Turkey<br />
    73. 73. Available from SCImago Research Group<br />
    74. 74.
    75. 75.
    76. 76.
    77. 77. OUTPUT FROM TURKEY<br />2005-2009 with 1996 as comparison<br />SJR: SCImago Journal & Country Rank /Country Search /Western Europe/Turkey<br />http://www.scimagojr.com/countrysearch.php?country=TR<br />Total 1996-2009<br />H Index 158 <br />Documents 199.676 <br />Citable Documents 190.023 <br />Citations 1.110.749 <br />Self Citations 317.389 <br />Citations per Document 5.56<br />
    78. 78. SIR World Report 2010 <br />Health Sciences<br />1,875 Institutes and University locations reporting<br />Research Group, Copyright 2010. Data Source: Scopus® <br />http://www.scimagolab.com :: http://www.scimagoir.com<br />IC::International Collaboration<br /> This value shows the institution's output ratio that h<br />as been produced in collaboration with foreign institutions. <br />The values are computed by analyzing the institution's output <br />whose affiliation includes more than one country.<br />O::Output<br />An institution's publication output <br />reveals its scientific outcomes in terms <br />of published documents in scholarly journals.<br />
    79. 79. SIR World Report 2010 <br />Physical Sciences<br />2277 Research Institutes reporting<br />SCImago Research Group, Copyright 2010. Data Source: Scopus® <br />http://www.scimagolab.com :: http://www.scimagoir.com<br />
    80. 80. Hirsch Index Rankings<br />SCImago Research Group, Copyright 2010. Data Source: Scopus® <br />http://www.scimagolab.com :: http://www.scimagoir.com<br />This table was ranked by H index which remained flat at 158 from 1996 until present. The Number of documents increased dramatically in the last 5 years - from 19,018 to 27,318 but the citations per document reduced significantly from 5.97 per document in 2005 to .85 in 2009. In fact, looking back to 1996, the citations per document was at 8.33 which seems to indicate that the productivity has increased but the influence of the work has declined.<br />
    81. 81. Funding agencies <br />There are various funding organizations in Turkey such as:<br /><ul><li>The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) </li></ul>(see next slides)<br /><ul><li>TÜBİTAULAKBIM -Founded as a service unit of TUBITAK in 1996 to develop and operate the computer network; (see next slides)
    82. 82. Turkey Prime Ministry: State Planning Organization (DPT)-governmental agencies with
    83. 83. Academic Research Funding Programs Directorate (ARDEB) ARDEB has eight different research grant committees for applicants that reside in Turkey.
    84. 84. Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV)-the first and onlyPublic-Private Sector Partnership established, in 1991, to support R&D and innovation.
    85. 85. Tüba (The Turkish Academy of Sciences)-aims are to establish the criteria of scientific</li></ul> excellence in Turkey, to encourage and foster scientific endeavors, to ensure that scientific principles be applied in all spheres and to create an environment of debate so that basic social strategies may be defined in the light of scientific and technological data. (see next slides)<br />Turkey Prime Ministry: State Planning Organization (DPT)<br />http://www.dpt.gov.tr/ing/<br />
    86. 86. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey <br />Established in 1963 <br /><ul><li>Leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey
    87. 87. Mission is to advance science and technology, conduct research and support Turkish researchers
    88. 88. Declared to be an autonomous institution
    89. 89. Governed by a Scientific Board whose members are prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions.
    90. 90. TUBITAK Reports directly to the Prime Minister
    91. 91. Acts as an advisory agency to the Turkish Government on science and research issues,
    92. 92. supports undergraduate and graduate students through scholarships.</li></li></ul><li>Academic Research Funding Programs Directorate (ARDEB)ARDEB has eight different research grant committees. Each research grant committee is responsible for monitoring academic research and development programs in a specific field.ARDEB coordinates academic and public research related activities between universities, public and private corporations via these research grant committees. These activities include funding and monitoring of research projects, building research networks, supporting patent applications.<br />
    93. 93. TUBITAK ULAKBIM <br /><ul><li>Founded as a service unit of TUBITAK in 1996.
    94. 94. ULAKBIM's main objective is to operate a computer network enabling interaction within the institutional elements of national innovation system
    95. 95. ULAKBIM consists of
    96. 96. National Academic Network Unit: forms the academic </li></ul>network infrastructure in Turkey at all levels<br /><ul><li>Cahit Arf Information Center, provides information </li></ul>and document supply services nationwide<br />TUBITAK<br />Marmara Research Center, <br />Kentriki, Turkey <br />http://www.mam.gov.tr/english/<br />
    97. 97. The Turkish Academy of Sciences<br />Turkish: TürkiyeBilimlerAkademisi - TÜBA<br />TÜBA is an autonomous scholarly society acting <br />to promote scientific activities in Turkey. <br />Although it is attached to the office of the Prime <br />Minister and is largely funded by the government, <br />it maintains financial and administrative autonomy. <br />The academy is headquartered<br />in Ankara, Turkey.<br />
    98. 98. TUBA SUCCESS RATES BY GENDER<br />From: “The gender challenge in research funding assessing the European national sciences” / <br />TurkeyMaaikeRomijn - November 2008.<br /> http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/document_library/pdf_06/turkey-research-funding_en.pdf <br />
    99. 99. FUNDING AGENCIESThe top 8 funding agencies of 2009 are governmental based.<br />
    100. 100. The Republic of TURKEY<br />
    101. 101. Looking toward tomorrow. . .<br />With courage and <br /> determination <br /> and willingness <br /> to move ahead.<br />
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