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    The effectiveness of blended learning: a case study 

    Anaraki, Firouz (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    Recent policy announcements by the Thai government: Thailand 4.0, and its education component: Education 4.0, advocate the use of innovation and digital technology in schools and universities to improve the quality of education. We explore here the effectiveness of blended learning at an institute of higher education with a case study for one subject taught at the undergraduate level at Assumption University. Blended Learning in this study is defined as supplementing traditional classroom lectures with an online eLearning course in the same ...
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    ELEARNING TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD LIVE-VIDEO CONFERENCE IN AN ELEARNING ENVIRONMENT 

    Satha Phongsatha; Athipat Cleesuntorn (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    In an online learning environment, the majority of teaching and learning are conducted asynchronous communication methods. The tools such as the learning management system, web forum, social media, e-mail, and others are example of such tools. In order to ensure that students can access to the instructors as well as classmates as in traditional learning method, a synchronous communication means should be included as part of teaching and learning. In modern digital technology, examples of services and softwares that allow people to ...
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    Exploring the Effects of Openness to Experience and Theory of Consumption Values on Online Learning Adoption 

    Watjatrakul, B. (2016-04)

    Personality traits and perceived product values are increasingly used to explain how people adopt innovative technologies. However, their relationships and effects on online learning adoption are ill-defined. This study investigates one of the common personality trait - openness to experience - and the value dimensions of theory of consumption values - functional (quality and monetary) value, social value, emotional value, epistemic value, and conditional value - to understand students’ intentions to adopt online learning. The study used a ...
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    INVESTIGATING VIRTUAL INSTRUCTOR ROLES AND ONLINE TEACHING EXPERIENCE: A PROGRAM LEVEL CASE STUDY 

    Naree Achwarin; Brahmakasikara, Laura M.; Athipat Cleesuntorn (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    Delivery of distance education via internet based technology to make learning interactive and collaborative has become increasingly accepted in education nationwide and worldwide. New technologies provide the opportunity and challenge teachers to perform virtual instructor roles. This research study reflected on the virtual instructor roles and online teaching experiences towards eLearning delivery mode. The objective of the study was to explore the virtual instructor roles and online teaching experiences at program level at Graduate ...
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    A study on interactions between anonymous and non-anonymous pre-service teachers in blended learning using creative problem solving technique to enhance pre-service teachers’ ability in professional practices 

    Nuttaphong Kanchanachaya; Taminee Shinasharkey (2015)

    In Thailand, many pre-service teachers are still shy and afraid to ask questions in the classroom. To enhance preservice teachers’ ability, pre-service teachers need to show their potential and should be encouraged to participate in the class. This paper aims to study the pre-service teachers’ interaction and participation in the online mode in terms of blended learning using creative problem solving technique. The sample group of this study was 28 pre-service teachers. The first group was treated anonymously when they were online while the ...