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The Fifth International Conference on eLearning
for Knowledge-Based Society
(eLearningAP 2008)

Bangkok Metro, Thailand. 11- 12 December 2008

Inner Cover   i
Report to the Chairman of the Opening Ceremony   ii
Message from H.E. Air Chief Marshal Kamthon Sindhvananda, Privy Councilor   iii
National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)   iv
Message from the Prime Minister   v
Message from the Minister of Science and Technology   vi
Message from the Minister of Information
and Communication Technology
Message from the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology   viii
Message from the President Emeritus of Assumption University   ix
Message from the President of Assumption University   x
Message from Chairman of the National Telecommunications Commission   xi
Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA)   xii
Message from President of Software Industry
Promotion Agency
SVOA Public Co., Ltd.   xiv
Message from the Founder & Chief Architect
SVOA Public Co., Ltd.
Foreword   xvi
Table of Contents   xvii-xx
New Hopes of Software and Digital Content
Industries in Thailand
By Dr. Rungruang Limchoopatipa, President of SIPA
Regional Report 2008 on ASEAN University-Level eLearning By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, President of Thailand Chapter of the Internet Society   2.1-2.13
E-Learning-the Use of Audience Response Technology (ART) via SMS in Large Lecture Classes By Wai Keong, Mak and Chen Pieng, Goh   3.1-3.9
ERP is eEverything in Manufacturing: A Case Study of Assembly Factory By Dr. Poonphon Suesawaluk, Dr. Taminee Shinasharkey, and Surapong Suphajanya   4.1-4.7
Transformative Potential of Blended e-Learning in Higher Education by Supplemental, Flexible and Collaborative Approach to Course Redesign By Dr. Deepika Yogesh   5.1-5.1
The Need for Effective Corporate E-Learning By Fareesa Malik   6.1-6.2
The 5th Wave Challenges and Opportunities for Mobile-Learning in Thailand By Dr. Paul TJ James   7.1-7.12
The Art of Scaffolding an EFL Writing Class in a Hybrid Environment: A Practical Experience By Agus Santoso   8.1-8.12
eLearning 2.0: A Better Prospect for Learning in Developing Countries By Lakmal Rupasinghe and Anuradha Jayakody   9.1-9.1
Web Based Tools to Facilitate Agricultural Extension and Education By Asil Gerrard Sylvester, Ram Neresh Kumar, and Venkataraman Balaji   10.1-10.1
A Survey on Digital Libraries and Its Important Role on the Development of E-Learning and Life-Long Education By Dr. Abdolmajid Mosavinia   11.1-11.7
The Essential Role of Tutors in Supporting Distance Education Students, the Case of Payame Noor University of Iran (PNU) By Dr. Hashem Nemati   12.1-12.7
Assessing the Acceptability of Adaptive E-Learning System By Vainny Tobing, Muzaffar Hamzah, Suaini Sura, and Hanudin Amin   13.1-13.10
Managing Web-Based University in Thailand By Assoc. Prof. Dr.Boonmark Sirinaovakul   14.1-14.5
Distance Education; e-Learning Solution By Ion MIERLUS - MAZILU   15.1-15.6
What about Teaching Learners in Accordance of Their Aptitude? A Study Based on DICE TDD System in Learning to Programming By Li-Ren Chien, Daniel J.Buehre, Chin-Yi Yang, Checchen Liao, and Chyong-Mei Chen   16.1-16.11
A Survey of Influence Rate the Two Educational Methods of PBL&EBL on Health Agents & Students Knowledge About Thalassemia Disease in Medical Sciences University in Mashhad By Mohammad Vahedian and Masoumeh Sarbaz   17.1-17.4
Readiness Assessment Tool for An e-Learning Environment Implementation By Cecilia A. Mercado   18.1-18.11
Optimum Pedagogic Utility of E-Learning through Mixed Mode Application By Dr. Paul Tanongpol Louangrath   19.1-19.1
Distance Online Learning and Evaluation Framework By Chakkrit Snae and Michael Brueckner   20.1-20.1
Knowledge Quality and Quality Metrics in Knowledge Management Systems By Chawanrat Tongchuay and Prasong Praneetpolgrang, Ph.D.   21.1-21.6
An Empirical Study on the Effect of Organizational Culture on the Acceptance of eLearning in Thai Higher Education By Suthilux Chanasuc and Prasong Praneetpolgrang, Ph.D.   22.1-22.6
Elearning-Related Laws and Court Cases By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, President of Thailand Chapter of the Computer Society of the IEEE   23.1-23.9
Do eLearning Technologies Improve Higher Education Teaching and Learning Experience? By Shabtai Itamar, Bregman David, Dac Israel, and Korman Arik   24.1-24.7
Multiple Intelligences Learning Activities Model in e-Learning Environment By Sakchai Tangwannawit, Nidapan Sureerattana, and Monchai Tiantong   25.1-25.4
Using MSN Live Messenger as An Auxiliary Tool in E-Learning By Rear Admiral Prasart Sribhadung, Dr. Taminee Shinasharkey, and Dr. Piyathida Praditbatuga   26.1-26.6
Development of Learning Objects to Supplement Teaching and Learning By Lynie B. Dimasuay, Joan R.Gresola, and Debra Mae R.Maigue   27.1-27.9
Using the SCORM 2004 Specification to Provide Different Learning Paths in e-Learning Courses By Lim Kin Chew   28.1-28.1
Providing the E-Learning Service for the Blog By Ridwan Sanjaya and Dr. Saranpong Pramsane   29.1-29.5
Complexity V.S. Simplicity of Courseware: The Experience of AUPlus & SCITPlus By Dr. Taminee Shinasharkey, Dr. Piyathida Praditbatuga, and Rear Admiral Prasart Sribhadung   30.1-30.5
The Impact of Corporate Managers Attitudes on E-Learning in Sri Lanka By Prof. Kennedy D Gunawardana   31.1-31.1
Evaluation Interactivity of eLearning Resources in A Learning Management System (LMS) A Case Study of MOODLE, An Open Source Platform By Kuldeep Nagi, Dr. Poonphon Suesawaluk, and Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan   32.1-32.7
Delivering eLearning through Universal Service Obligation (USO) Telecommunication Infrastructure to Strengthen National Security in Southern Thailand By Colonel Settapong Malisuvan, Ph.D. and Jesada Sivaraks   33.1-33.5
Development of Computerized Classroom Praticipatory Action Research (CCPAR) System By Panana Tangwannawit, Monchai Taintong, and Sageemas Na Wichian   34.1-34.5
eLearning through Wireless Communications for Rural and Remote Areas in Thailand By Colonel Settapong Malisuvan, Ph.D. and Jesada Sivaraks   35.1-35.5
Higher Education E-Learning Courseware: Pedagogical-Based Design and Development By Dr. Jintavee Monsakul   36.1-36.7
Building a Critical Components for Successful Multimedia-Based Collaborative eLearning Design Framework By Manit Asanok, Dr. Pachoen Kitrakan, and Prof. Dr. Chaiyong Brahmawong   37.1-37.10
Teaching and Learning Using Learning Object Approach By Sonal Chawla and Prof. R.K. Singla   38.1-38.6
Web-Based Courses to eLearning: Assessment of Organizational Readiness By Dr. Vincent Didiek Wiet Aryanto   39.1-39.1
E-Learning in Finance By Dr. Saranpong Pramsane and Okga Rodiawan   40.1-40.1
The Application of Image-based Virtual Reality Technologies in Digital Exhibitions of Museums By Mei-Tsen Chen, Cheng-Wei Fan, and Jan-Jung Li   41.1-41.7
The Effective Business Models of E-Learning for Higher Education in Thailand By Kultida Saowapakpongchai   42.1-42.4
Web Accessibility Model for eLearning Website By Pisit Prougestaporn   43.1-43.5
A Learner-Centered Multimedia-Enhanced System with Online Assessment for Young Learners By Chakkrit Snae and Michael Brueckner   44.1-44.6
Appendix A. Edtorial Board   45.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee   46.1
Appendix C. Supporting Personnel   47.1
Appendix D. Author Names   48.1
Appendix E. Call for Papers   49.1-49.2
Appendix F. About the Editor-in-Chief   50.1-50.2
NOK Precision Component (Thailand) Ltd.    
Samart Telcoms Public Co., Ltd.    
College of Internet Distance Education    



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