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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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    An analysis of quality assurance in elearning: course management level 

    Naree Achwarin (2018)

    The purpose of the study was to examine concepts and principles of quality assurance in eLearning for course management level. The author reviewed, and analyzed the existing literatures, researches and case studies, particularly emphasized on quality assurance in eLearning process that relevant to the course management system, especially in course production process and delivery of eLearning. This study highlights an important view of the application of quality assurance concepts and principle through eLearning at course management level. ...
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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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    The comparative study of Internet Infrastructure Investment between WiMAX and 3G to support incoming growth of eLearning in Thailand 

    Nakachin Wiboonprasong; Tanawat Ruangteprat (2010)

    This study investigates the economic feasibility study with scenario analyze the implementation of 3G Technology or WiMAX on Thailand mobile operator and Internet Service Provider. The analysis is limited to the Thailand telecommunication market. This study analyses the Thailand telecommunication market with a financial model, which shows annual cash flows, net present values (NPV), Return On Investment (ROI), payback period and scenario analyze. Nowadays, most Thailand Mobile Network Operators and Internet Service Provider are keeping their ...
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    Development of an elearning model on quality management for aviation industry 

    Darawan Sumranwong (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2011-12)
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    E-learning as Strategy for Philanthropic Organization Focused on Educational Purposes in Thailand 

    Bernard, Gilles (2014)

    The objectives of this study were: (1) To elaborate an eLearning framework integrated into donor’s activities which can fit with philanthropic organization strategies (2) To assess the eLearning framework upon feedback and suggestions provided by donors, recipients, philanthropic organizations, and philanthropic experts (3) To assess opinions of donors and philanthropic organizations running in Thailand toward the framework. The population for the study consisted of 3 schools in the North East of Thailand, ...
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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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    The evolution of instructional system design model 

    Nida Denphaisarn; Thotsapon Sortrakul (2010)

    The Field of instructional design and technology contain the analysis of learning and performance problems, and the design, development, implementation, evaluation and management of instructional and non instructional processes and resources are intended to improve learning and performance in a variety of settings, particularly educational institutions and the workplace. Professionals in the field of instructional design and technology often use systematic instructional design procedures and employ a variety of instructional media to accomplish ...
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    IMPACT OF ELEARNING IN FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON THAI MANUFACTURING SMES 

    Thavorn Rochanaporn (Assumption University Press, 2017)

    The objective of the study was to develop an eLearning in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) using Facebook for the Thai manufacturing Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The study was conducted using Learning Management System (LMS) and data was collected using structured questionnaires from manufacturing SMEs entrepreneurs in five provinces of lower northern Thailand. This study applied stratified random sampling techniques. Descriptive analysis, paired sample t-tests, and Spearman correlation were used to measure the relationships. It was found ...
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    The Oxymoron of Serious Games in eLearning: Gender Differences from an Internet-based Survey in Thailand 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (2017-04)

    This research study examined gender attitudes towards playing serous games in eLearning contexts as there is a lack of comprehensive reports and academic commentary on how to apply and link serious games effectively to learning. The results were based on a large scale Internet-based survey, which involved 803 participants drawn from every region in Thailand. Sixtyone per cent of participants were females (61.2%) and the majority of them were teenagers and adult (36.8% and 24.1% respectively). The survey sought information on participants’ ...
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    Thriving social network for communication on eLearning: exploring gender differences in attitudes 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan; Masouras, Panicos (ACM, 2018)

    The main objective of this study was to survey online students’ attitudes towards communication for eLearning on social network sites. This online survey resulted in 896 valid responses. The statistics for interpreting were percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test independent and one-way ANOVA. The average score of the attitude towards using eLearning on social network site was positive (4.23 out of 6, SD=1.10). The findings confirmed that the most popular among social network sites was Facebook. It also found a statistically significant ...
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    Using Learning Management System (LMS) activity logs for developing a framework for improving the core components of an eLearning course 

    Nagi, Kuldeep; Srisakdi Charmonman (De La Salle University Manila, 2009)

    Quality of eLearning components is becoming a key issue in a virtual leaning environment. The main objective of this paper is to provide educators and content experts a better understanding of the significance of usage of Learning Objects (LOs) or core components provided in an eLearning courseware. Most significant outcome of this work is to share a few statistical techniques to analyze the usage of various learning objects (LOs) or components for improving the quality of eLearning courseware. This work is accomplished by capturing the student's ...