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    Envisioning augmented reality: smart technology for the future 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (2012)

    This article presents the important foundation of Augmented Reality (AR) technology. Its main objective is to envision the past, present and future of Augmented Reality technology. Augmented Reality technology especially on the mobile device will be widely used in the daily life in the near future. In order to comprehend foundation of Augmented Reality, this paper has been categorized into three sections: 1) comparison of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (VR) 2) understanding Augmented Reality hype cycle and 3) facts about Augmented ...
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    The INFINITY learning model in Thailand: its potential for developing countries 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (The 8th International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society, 2012)

    Online learning models are acknowledged to be key delivery systems in higher education because of their potential for lifelong learning initiatives. The main objective of this article is to present such a learning model, namely INFINITY, through a research project to investigate its effectiveness to utilize the potential of the Internet for the contemporary university classroom in developing countries with graduate students at two selected universities in Thailand. The learning model was developed to enhance the Internet literacy of students, ...
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    What values? O-Nuts 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2012-03-04)

    "What values? O-Nuts" article by Dr. Kuldeep Nagi, Graduate School of eLearning, Assumption University
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    Learning English language in Thailand: hype or necessity? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-04-02)
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    English-language improvement in Thailand: hype or a necessity? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-04-04)
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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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    Generation next only hope 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2012-10-21)
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    South China Sea Disputes : a choke point for Asean? 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (The Nation, 2012-12-20)
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    The Convergence of Augmented Reality and Education The Seed Shooting Game: An Augmented Reality 3D Pop-up Book 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (The Second International Conference on E-Learning and E-Technologies in Education (ICEEE2013), 2013)

    The purpose of this research paper was to demystify: 1) a convergence of Augmented Reality (AR) technology as an educational multimedia and instructional design principles and 2) a divergence of learning outcomes and findings based upon the utilization of Augmented Reality 3D pop-up book, namely The Seed Shooting Game. This AR 3D pop-up book employed a storytelling technique for teaching English as a foreigner language for Year Three students, in Bangkok, Thailand. The population of this quasi experimental research was 484 Year Three Thai ...
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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 ...
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    Opinion towards open educational resources: a case study of augmented reality 3D pop-up book-the seed shooting game 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (2013)

    Augmented Reality (AR) for academic learning purposes is growing in the same directions and at the same pace as the expansion of smart innovations into education and lifelong learning. An Augmented Reality 3D Pop-up Book- The Seed Shooting Game-employed a systematic research and development (R&D) process creating an Open Educational Resource (OER). This paper reports on an Internet-based survey of users’ attitudes towards a developed AR 3D Pop-up Book namely The Seed Shooting Game. The developed OER is available for free access through the browser. ...
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    Strengthening Instruction through Portable Device (Thai) 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (2013)

    "One tablet per child" (OTPC) is a policy of the Thai Government which will have significant influence on educational technology applications at the national level. The purpose of this academic article is to present significant aspects that need to be considered prior to the adoption of portable devices for instruction to ensure more effective implementation of this policy First of all, this study identifies five different types of learning approaches in a diagram format. The second section specifies a definition of instruction through portable ...
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    Reform judiciary now 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2013-05-05)
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    Stupid is as stupid does 

    Nagi, Kuldeep (Bangkok Post, 2013-06-16)
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    A Web Based Learning System for Learning English on Mobile Devices 

    Anaraki, Firouz B. (2014)

    This paper explains the development of a HTML5 based system for learning English as a second language for iPhone, iPad, Android devices, and other smart mobile devices. HTML5 and jQuery Javascript library was used to develop this system. The web based system was in stalled on a server which could be accessed by any PC or smart mobile phones and tablets that support JavaScript library. Thirty English lessons were developed for this system. University students at Assumption University tried out this system using their mobile devices for ...
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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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    Redesign principles of game-based learning: expectations from stakeholders in a developing country 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (Paper presented at the 8th European Conference of Game-based Learning (ECGBL2014), 2014)

    The attraction of game-based learning is strong as the educational experience is immediately gratifying and rewarding which inspires, challenges and engages young people. This paper examines two main aspects of principles in re- designing game-based learning in both school and out-of-school contexts. In 2011 Thailand was Southeast Asia’s biggest online game market. In 2012, the Thai government implemented the one-tablet-per-child project which allocated almost one million tablets to Grade One students nation-wide. The prime stakeholder groups ...
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    Trends and directions of technology in elementary schools under the Bangkok metropolitan administration 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (Paper presented at the Fifth TCU International E-learning Conference 2014 “Overcome the Uncertainty of Technology in Education”, 2014)

    The future can be forecast from a decision based on current knowledge in relation to the trends and directions of computer technology implementation in a school. It depends frequently on the influence of administrators and their knowledge level. It is crucial to study the demand and the confidence level of e- learning implementation in the schools from an administration perspective. In 2013, a group of 120 school administrators attended a seminar workshop on e-learning at a university in Bangkok, Thailand. Fifty-six participants returned the ...
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    Thai Education and the 21st Century Skills: A Proposal for a New World of Work 

    Athipat Cleesuntorn (2015)

    In the 21st century, a high technology, information and communication industry, and a complicated service industry make up a substantial part of the economy and development of the world. Science and technology create various alterations in producing goods and services. Digital device has taken the place of analog equipment. Travelling has been made faster by technology. Almost all business transactions can be completed electronically. Communication can also be done through various devices conveniently. Machines in most manufacturing companies are ...
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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 ...