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    A study of organizational culture at Islamic Azad University in Iran 

    Hamidifar, Fatemeh (Assumption University, 2012)

    Organizational culture is comprised of the shared values and attitudes of an institution’s members, and effective organizational culture is a necessary aspect of any successful institution and its governance. Often the term is used in a corporate context, but the concept is an equally important element of academic life and management. Islamic Azad University (IAU) in Iran, established in 1982, is among the primary culturaleducational participants in the crucial task of growing Islamic culture and humanistic development among faculty ...
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    Communication satisfaction, employee engagement, job satisfaction, and job performance in higher education institutions 

    Pongpipat Pongton; Sid Suntrayuth (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    This quantitative study investigates the relationships and impacts of communication satisfaction, employee engagement, job satisfaction, and job performance in higher education institutions in Thailand. Survey data were collected from 400 faculty members and staff who work in public and private universities in Thailand. The results from simple and multiple regression analyses show that communication satisfaction has a positive impact on job satisfaction and employee engagement; job satisfaction has a positive impact on employee engagement ...
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    Brahmakasikara, Laura; Naree Achwarin; Satha Phongsatha (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    There has been a debate amongst academicians as to what quality means in higher education. Quality means differently in each country depending on the context, political context, rules and regulations as what constitute quality since quality assurance practices vary from country to country as well as quality assurance requirements. Due to these discrepancies, this paper mainly focuses on key players the authors perceive as determinants of quality in higher education and their roles in pursuing continuous quality in the provision of ...
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    A development of an academic leadership model for higher education in India 

    Dani, Asmita; Nathara Mhunpiew (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    Academic leadership is one of the major factors that can address the challenges of 21st century and subsequently enhance the quality of higher education. The aim of this study is to develop a model of academic leadership for higher education in India for which it has employed a sequential mixed methods strategy. Qualitative data gathered from the research literature is analyzed by recursive interim content analysis to explore academic leadership. The findings of content analysis are used to develop research instruments. The survey questionnaires ...
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    E-Assessment: an E-Business Enabler in Higher Education 

    Masouras, Panicos; Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (2016-11-17)

    In the context of higher education, e-business can be viewed as the series of interconnected processes initiated with student application for entry and completed upon graduation. While e-learning is an integral component of this process, the assessment component remains primarily manual. This leads to an educational paradox whereby students are encouraged to e-learn, on one hand, while they are imposed in old-fashioned assessment practices, on the other. It also establishes a business paradox whereby universities strive to maximize their financial ...
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    Joseph Purayidathil; Kanog-on Rungrojngarmcharoen (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)

    The aim of this research was to develop an ethical leadership model for enhancing moral education in the diocesan colleges of Palai, Kerala, India. The researcher identified four specific objectives for this research. For accomplishing the first research objective, the researcher did the content analysis of 16 books and 114 articles directly related to the subject. These results were validated by twenty experts and from these results the instruments for the data collection for acquiring the second objective were developed. The data for second ...
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    Factors affecting the choice of university in Thailand among Thai international high school student’s Grade 11 and Grade 12 in the central Bangkok area 

    Panjaphol Moovoravit; Kitikorn Dowpiset (Assumption University Press, 2017)

    In Thailand, the higher education institute both public and private required many marketing activities to attracting students because of globalization and demographic transitions. The main target of the marketplace is the Higher School Students especially for the International study programs at Grade 11 and 12. The purpose of this study is to identify the factors affecting Thai international high school student’s (G.11 and G.12) in the central Bangkok area choice of university in Thailand and to develop a richer understanding of each ...
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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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    Increasing instructors’ teaching innovation: a significant role of leaders in higher education institutions 

    Dan, Yi; Surapee Sorajjakool; Nathara Mhunpiew (2020)

    In the society of high-speed operation and extreme uncertainty nowadays, innovation becomes a pivotal contributor to enable us to keep up with the advancement of the changing world. In China’s universities, how to cultivate innovative talents has become a focus of education. Since the university is the place where instructors may be the most direct influence factor in the process of student training, their abilities in teaching innovation, which is affected by various factors including leaders who are the key decision-maker, are worthy of attention. ...
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    The transition from social network to gamification for education: knowledge level of Thai higher education students 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (The 57th World Assembly of the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET 2013)., 2013)

    This research article reviews ‗Gamification‘ and other new technology strategies for educational purposes. The objective of this research paper is to report a result of a case study in a selected university in Bangkok. Gamification is the concept of applying game- design thinking to non-game applications to make them more enjoyable and engaging. Gamification has been recommended as a future innovation in student support which may replace Social Networks. Gamification will influence learning management methods and learning material design. The ...