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SPECIAL ISSUE- International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management



eLearningAP 2008
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society. December 11-12, 2008. Bangkok Metro, Thailand.
Front Cover
i-xvi
Table of Contents
xvii-xx
New Hopes of Software and Digital Content Industries in Thailand
By Dr. Rungruang Limchoopatipa, President of SIPA
1.1-1.2
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
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