Ibrahim ARPACI is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Software Engineering at Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University. He holds a BSc in Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2005) from Anadolu University, a MSc in Information Systems (2009) and a PhD in Information Systems (2013) both from Middle East Technical University. He was a visiting scholar at Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, Toronto, ON, Canada (2012–2013). His academic works focus on how computational technology interacts with psychological, educational, and cultural dynamics. His research interests are in Information Systems, Educational Technology, and Cyberpsychology. His publications have appeared in leading academic journals including British Journal of Educational Technology, Telematics & Informatics, Computers in Human Behavior, Medical Internet Research, Personality and Individual Differences, Internet Research, and Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. He received the Best Paper Award in the European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS, 2009). He received the Distinguished Researcher Award from London Journals Press (UK, 2019). He was recognized as one of the World’s Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University in 2020, listed among the most influential scientists in the world, published in Public Library of Science Biology (PLOS Biology).