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    Academic Use of Forums in eLearning - Perceptions, Findings and Truths 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (2015-07)

    Forums or threaded discussions are one of the most commonly used tools in online teaching. They provide a facility for asynchronous discussion on a particular topic or issue over an extended period of time. Students enrolled in eLearning courses are able to reflect upon their ideas before sharing them with others. eLearning is gradually becoming an alternate way of study for most young people who prefer to use the Internet, portable devices and digital media. While eLearning offers many advantages, it is often seen as faceless media that ...
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    Applying six sigma for quality assessment in a eLearning courseware production process 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (2010-05)

    Six Sigma method claims that focusing on reduction of variation will lead to reduction in defects in a business product. Its prestige and value is well known within the manufacturing industry. However, it is seldom applied to educational products such as courseware produced and used in higher education. It is beginning to be recognized as key process for quality assessment in eLearning and eTraining sectors in ASEAN. A consistent high quality in an eLearning or eTraining product can be achieved by applying Six Sigma in the courseware production ...
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    Nagi, Kuldeep (2018)

    A website devoted to an academic institution sometimes fail to address its main purposes. In the process of satisfying the need of all stake holders- the students, faculty, alumni and outsiders, the elements of web design are compromised to an extent that either the website becomes too complex or becomes irrelevant. With advances in technology the role of web designers is also beginning to change from just being creators of a website to the facilitators of crafting a powerful user experience (UX). The very purpose of an academic website ...
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    English-language improvement in Thailand: hype or a necessity? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-04-04)
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    Nagi, Kuldeep (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)

    One of the hallmarks of the American higher education has been its quality. In U.S.A colleges and universities are under constant pressure to strive to make their programs career oriented so as to meet the changing needs of the industry and the society. The accreditation process of colleges and universities in U.S.A is non-governmental operation. As a result colleges and universities fiercely compete in the market of higher education. Institutional autonomy allows them to changing their curriculum to inculcate and incubate entrepreneurial ...
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    Generation next only hope 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2012-10-21)
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    Improving Efficacy of Pre-Recorded Videos in E-Learning Courses 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (2016)

    Since the beginning of this new century eLearning has come a long way. A decade ago, it was perfectly acceptable to just record a Power Point presentation and upload it in the Learning Management System (LM). In 2016, this approach is not viable. It is no longer necessary to force the students to stare at sterile static text. One of biggest influence in eLearning comes from videos. Use of videos has become essential for teaching and learning in online programs and courses. Increasing use of services such as You- Tube has drastically changed ...
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    Integrating STEM and Skill Development (SD) for Thailand 4.0-Means, Methods and Challenges 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (2018-07)

    Formal education is mostly focused on training the mind through the acquisition of information and knowledge. Skills, on the other hand, are acquired through physical training and practice, turning finally into a unique habit, a product or a service. Lately, there is a lot of discussion about skill development (SD) to meet the goals of digital economy and Thailand 4.0. Using data from the World Economic Forum (WEF) and analysis of SD trends in the USA, UK and Germany, this paper provides insight into how Science-Technology-English-Math (STEM) ...
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    The internet and life long learning (LLL)-a new revolution 

    Santithorn Banchua; Nagi, Kuldeep (2018)

    Global expansion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has changed the way we create and consume information. As of December 2017, fifty percent of the users of the Internet reside in Asia. Besides collaborating on common interests people are forming virtual on-line communities and utilizing Social Networks to share knowledge and their life experiences. Although the rate of change in terms of usage of technology in education has been slow but the rise of Social Networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube ...
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    Keep air, water and food safe 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2011-10-24)
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    Learning English language in Thailand: hype or necessity? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-04-02)
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    Nagi, Kuldeep (iSTEM, 2016-06-20)

    Educators and employers in most countries are getting uneasy on many fronts because of hurdles created by old-economy based academic curricula and traditional mode of face-to-face (F2F) teaching which dominated education for the last two centuries. In this new century, innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT), increased expansion of 3G/4G networks and exponential growth in the use of portable and smart devices is forcing many countries to upgrade their educational system with a specific focus on SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) ...
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    New challenges for Asean's universities 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2011-03-29)
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    New Social Media and Impact of Fake News on Society 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (2018-06)

    Traditional media consists of mostly nameless and faceless people deciding what does and does not get printed and broadcasted. In this new era of internet and variety of social media, creation and consumption of news and information in our society is changing. Rapid transformation of traditional print media into online portals has become a new trend. On the one hand, the online social media has democratized the means of news production and dissemination, but on the other hand, it has become a breeding ground for false and fake news. Increasing ...
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    Nagi, Kuldeep (2014-12-18)
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    No restrictions on weapons 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2012-04-29)

    "No restrictions on weapons" article by Dr. Kuldeep Nagi, Graduate School of eLearning, Assumption University
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    Quality of MBA Programs-Challenges for Thai Universities in the New ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Journal of Science and Technology, 2016-12-20)

    Thailand as a country has been experiencing rapid increases in student enrollments in higher education. This has also led to creation of a variety of MBA programs. While it is largely debated, it is possible that the demand for MBA degrees would continue to grow. Although MBA programs in Thailand are proliferating but institutions with a good brand value are still lacking. The problem of MBA programs is more than rapid proliferation of below average management institutions. They impart substandard training through inefficient processes to youngsters ...
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    Reform judiciary now 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2013-05-05)
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    South China Sea Disputes : a choke point for Asean? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-12-20)