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Proceedings

The Sixth International Conference on eLearning
for Knowledge-Based Society

(eLearningAP 2009)


Bangkok Metro, Thailand. 17- 18 December 2009

 

 
     
 
     

Title Page
i
Copyright Page
ii
Message from the Chairman of the Opening Ceremony
iii
Report to the Chairman of the Opening Ceremony
iv
Message from the Prime Minister
v
Message from the President Emeritus of Assumption University
vi
Message from the President of Assumption University
vii
Message from the Acting President of SIPA
ix
Foreword
xi
Table of Contents
xii-xv
GooLearning in a Management Information System Course
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman (Thailand)
1.1-1.6
Creating New Educational Pedagogies for Lifelong Learning and Higher Education
By Javier Bilbao, Eugenio Bravo, Concepción Varela, Olatz García, Purificación González, Izaskun Baro,
and Miguel Rodríguez (Spain)
2.1-2.5
The Design and Development of Different Learning Paths for a Human Physiology e-Course
By Lim Kin Chew (Singapore)
3.1-3.5
Opportunities for the Use of Recommendation
and Personalization Algorithms in meLearning Environments

By Tom E. Vandenbosch (Kenya)
4.1-4.6
eLearning Education for Thai Teachers
By Arthur Morse, Kanit Khaimook, Piboon Paonil,
and Suwat Suktrisul (United Kingdom and Thailand)
5.1-5.7
Best Practices to Form Online Multi-Users Virtual Environments for Education in Developing Countries
By Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (Thailand)
6.1-6.6
Free Software Solutions to Restore Public Freedom for Everybody
By Andreas Becker and David Bucknell
(United Kingdom)
7.1-7.6
eLearning Short Courses for 52,000 SME Students
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman,
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chitapa Ketavan,
and Dr. Firouz Anaraki (Thailand and Iran)
8.1-8.7
The Effect of Web-Based Learning Management System on Knowledge Acquisition of Information Technology Students at Jose Rizal University
By Ryan A. Ebardo and Arlene Mae C. Valderama (Philippines)
9.1-9.5
Problem Based Projects (PBPs): Making Them Relevant for eLearning
By Kuldeep Nagi (USA)
10.1-10.5
Cyber Newspaper as Media of E-Learning
for Low Carbon Trade and Climate Change

By Vincent Didiek Wiet Aryanto (Indonesia)
11.1-11.5
Pilot Learning Platform Project with Contents
for Nanotechnology Learning Applying E-Learning Guidelines Nanolearnproject

By Kevin Ducón, Yohan Morales, José Porras, Julián Ruiz, and Daniel Torres (Colombia)
12.1-12.7
Study on Blended Instruction in Automotive Technology for Secondary Education Students
By Daryl Pieta (USA)
13.1-13.7
Effective Use of HCI in e-Learning
By Dr. Virendra Gawande (Oman)
14.1-14.6
A Comparison of Learning in An Ethics Course
and Modality of Delivery: Online and Face-to-Face

By Frederick Brockmeier IV (USA)
15.1-15.7
Electronic Management Puzzle for Economic Problems Solution
By K. Niaz-Azari, M. Sfandiari, and A. Zati-Rostami (Iran)
16.1-16.7
Student Online Counseling Kernel System Based on Learning Behavior and Test Performance
By Chakkrit Snae and Michael Brückner
(Thailand and Germany)
17.1-17.7
The Attitude of Companies Toward e-learning Aimed at New Hires: The Case of Twelve Large Japanese Companies
By Tsvetomira Ivanova (Japan)
18.1-18.9
Maximizing Collaborative Processes in Blended Learning: TSOI Hybrid Learning Model
By Assistant Prof. Dr. Tsoi Mun Fie (Singapore)
19.1-19.7
Collaboration of Blog and Social Networking
for eLearning

By Ridwan Sanjaya (Indonesia)
20.1-20.4
An Investigation of Trust in e-Learning for Instructors and Students in Private and Public Universities
By Rath Jairak, Prasong Praneetpolgrang,
and Kittima Mekhabunchakij (Thailand)
21.1-21.6
Use of Learning Management System:
A University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) Classroom Experience

By Lynie B. Dimasuay and Beverly R. Pabro (Philippines)
22.1-22.8
mLearning Objects
By Ion Mierlus-Mazilu (Romania)
23.1
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Google
By Asst. Prof. Dr. Thotsapon Sortrakul
and Chinapat Eksathit (Thailand)
24.1
Thai Software, Animation and Game Industry
for Creative Economy

By Dr. Niracharapa Tongdhamachart (Thailand)
25.1
The Network Challenge: Is It An Educational Boon
or Bane for University Students?

By Ramnath Srinath (Thailand)
26.1
The Impact of E-learning on Employability Skills Development in Small Organization (A Study Case
of a Small Organization in Blitar, East Java, Indonesia)

By Saarce Elsye Hatane (Indonesia)
27.1
Virtual Applications and Real Problems Education and Higher Education in Iran
By Dr. M. Tavakol (Iran)
28.1
eLearning Design Approaches: Examples of Utilizing the New Web 2.0 Technologies in Online Education
By Assoc. Prof. Dr. Donald Fricker (USA)
29.1
Technology and Process Requirements for eLearning Platforms
By Kesav Vithal Nori and Sridhar Chimalakonda (India)
30.1
Suan Dusit Internet Broadcasting (SDIB): Educational Innovation in Knowledge-Based Society
By Assistant Prof. Dr. Pannee Suanpang (Thailand)
31.1
The Ratio of Informal Medical Education in Continuing Medical Education
By Majid Rashid Torabi, Dr. Mohammad R. Ahanchian, and Dr. Mahmod S.Rezvani (Iran)
32.1
Teachersí Beliefs About the Use of Technologies
at Secondary Level and Their Practices Regarding Preparation of PreService Teachers for the Use
of Technologies

By Javed Mustafa (Pakistan)
33.1
Conceptualising the Co-creation of Value via Corporate Blogs: A Proposed Research Framework
By Adeline Chua (New Zealand)
34.1
The Analysis and Evaluation of Security Readiness
in ICT Infrastructure for Supporting e-Learning
in Institute of Physical Education

By Thanakorn Meehinkong, Prasong Praneetpolgrang, and Kittima Mekhabunchakij (Thailand)
35.1
An Acceptance of Mobile Learning for Higher Education Students in Thailand
By Kallaya Jairak, Prasong Praneetpolgrang,
and Kittima Mekhabunchakij (Thailand)
36.1
Exploiting Web 2.0 Tools for Vocabulary Acquisition
in a Second Language

By Stephen K. Roney and John Allan
(Qatar and Canada)
37.1
Learning Tool Based on Knowledge Extraction
and Management for Medical Practitioners

By Subasinghe I.C.P. and Rupasinghe P.L. (Sri Lanka)
38.1
Forecasting Model for the Studentsí Job Turnover
in Thai Industries

By Pirapat Chantron and Prasong Praneetpolgrang (Thailand)
39.1
The Evolution of Instructional System Design Model
By Asst. Prof. Dr. Thotsapon Sortrakul
and Nida Denphaisarn (Thailand)
40.1
e-Learning Through Business Simulation Softwares
By Maziar Mahboubian (Iran)
41.1
The Comparative Study of Internet Infrastructure Investment Between WiMAX and 3G to Support Incoming Growth of eLearning in Thailand
By Nakachin Wiboonprasong
and Tanawat Ruangteprat (Thailand)
42.1
Web 2.0 with Blended E-learning in Education
to Engage Youths and Enhance Their Learning

By Noor Faridah A Rahim (Singapore)
43.1
Involving the Video on Demand for Higher Education to Improve the Learning Process
By Javier Bilbao, Eugenio Bravo, Concepción Varela, Olatz García, Purificación González, Izaskun Baro,
and Miguel Rodríguez (Spain)
44.1
Appendix A. Editorial Board
45.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee
46.1
Appendix C. Supporting Personnel
47.1
Appendix D. Author Names
48.1
Appendix E. About the Editor-in-Chief
49.1

 

 
     
     
 
     

 

 

 
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