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



eLearningAP 2015
Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society. 11 - 12 December 2015.
Bangkok Siam Technology College, Thailand.
Front Cover
Message from the Prime Minister
iii
Report to the Chairman of the Opening Ceremony
iv
Opening Address by the Privy Councilor
v
Message from the President of Siam Technology College
vi
Foreword
vii
Table of Contents
viii-xii

Drivers of MOOC Sustainability: a Comparison of the US and India
By Mariam Aman Shah, Murat Oztok (UK), and Christian Wagner (Hong Kong)
1.1-1.8
M-Learning Transformation Framework and Strategy in Mobile Economy
By Settapong Malisuwan, Wassana Kaewphanuekrungsi, and Jesada Sivaraks (Thailand)
2.1-2.7
Case Studies of xAPI Applications to E-Learning
By Kin Chew Lim (Singapore)
3.1-3.12
The Current State and Emerging Trends of Technology Usage among Young People in Thailand
By Hsu Nang (Myanmar), Antony Harfield (UK), and Ratchada Viriyapong (Thailand)
4.1-4.6
The Impact of Quality On-Line Distance Education of the 21st Century Professionals and Learners: a Global Perspective
By Adam Goh (Singapore)
5.1-5.7
Development Management Model of Industrial Work Practice at Vocational High School Based Entrepreneurship
By Samsudi, Sunyoto, and Joko Widodo (Indonesia)
6.1-6.5
The Use of E-Learning Systems to Impart Education on Sufficiency Economy in Thailand
By Glen Vivian Gerard Chatelier (India)
7.1-7.7
Generic Web Resources to Reinforce Learning
By Deepak Kulkarni, Vinay Kumar Katageri, and Aditya Athalye (India)
8.1-8.6
The E-Learning Effects of Digital Innovation Marketing to Digital Empowerment to Make Consumers Happy and Increase the Quality of Life and Well-being in Thailand
By Piya Hirunwat (Thailand)
9.1-9.6
Buddhist Theory of Education for E-Learning
By Inpong Luanglath (Laos)
10.1-10.8
Design and Development of a Mobile Persuasive Game on Code of Conduct awareness for Eco-Park Visitors
By Manny Mar Gonzales, Jose Eduardo Roxas, Edgardo G. Santos, and Ellenita Red (Philippines)
11.1-11.6
Assessing Perceived Effectiveness on Teaching of Training on the Development and Application of Interactive Learning Materials for New Faculty Members of the University of the Philippines Los Banos
By Beverly Pabro, Joel Anthony Cardenas, and Maribel Dionisio-Sese (Philippines)
12.1-12.5
Perspective of Thai Students toward E-Learning Study
By Pisit Prougestaporn and Thichakorn Visansakon (Thailand)
13.1-13.4
Contextual Application of Learning Analytics: Three Case Snippets from India
By Nitin Simha Vihari, M.K.Rao, and Anugamini Shrivastava (India)
14.1
Internet Based Control and Operation of Computer Numeric Control Machines
By Akhil Deshpande, Vinayak Kulkarni, and Anuj Deshpande (India)
15.1
Wis Semar: Application of Tourism Public Guide with Augmented Reality Technology
By Lidya Oktorina Kusuma Sakti and Vania Wahyu Febriani (Indonesia)
16.1
Interactive Learning Materials (ILMs) as Supplement for Teaching High School Students in the Philippines
By Lynie Dimasuay and Chinen Aguna (Philippines)
17.1
Gender Disaggregated Analysis of the E-Learning Readiness State of Students in a Public Higher Education Institution
By Christian Bana, Jennifer Roanne Romasame, and Elvira Cristobal (Philippines)
18.1
Circuit Simulators: a Revolutionary E-Learning Platform
By Mahi Itagi and Akhil Deshpande (India)
19.1
Psychological Barriers in Accepting E-Learning in Professional Education
By Basavaraj Katageri and Deepak Kulkarni (India)
20.1
The Missing ďKinestheticĒ Component in E-Learning: How it can be Incorporated?
By Deepak Kulkarni (India)
21.1
Enhancing E-Learning User Interaction Using Video Chat and Video Streaming
By Albertus Dwiyoga Widiantoro and Ridwan Sanjaya (Indonesia)
22.1
E-Learning Security for Collaborative Academy in Area of ASEAN Community
By Sarawut Ramjan (Thailand)
23.1
Next Generation M-Government in Mobile Economy: Transformation Framework and Recommendations
By Settapong Malisuwan, Wassana Kaewphanuekrungsi, and Jesada Sivaraks (Thailand)
24.1
Preliminary Research on Adoption and Diffusion Model of SMEs E-Learning in Thailand
By Noppadol Tiamnara (Thailand)
25.1
Learnersí Acceptance of Flipped Learning Using Social Media
By Pradit Songsangyos and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
26.1
Development of Learning Activity Plans for Acquiring Teaching Skills and Desired Characteristics of Catechists in accordance with Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm in Thailand
By Watchasin Kritjaroen (Thailand)
27.1
Application of Social Network in Healthcare Study of the Masterís Degree Students, Faculty of Education from Kanchanaburi Province
By Chusak Narkprasit (Thailand)
28.1
The Design of the Learning Activity Model Using the Flipped Classroom Concept
By Panthul Minwong and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
29.1
Gamification Model for Virtual Team Collaborative Learning via Cloud Technology
By Paripas Srisomboon and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
30.1
Synthesize Essential Elements for Virtual Flipped Classroom Environment with Scaffolding System Using Active Learning to Develop Creative Thinking and ICT Literacy
By Nipada Trairut and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
31.1
Big Data in the Cloud for Education Institutions
By Pradit Songsangyos and Prachyanun Nilsook (Thailand)
32.1
A Study of Acceptance of Teaching and Learning toward Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
By Apasara Chaiyajit and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
33.1
The Study of Competency of Instructors toward Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
By Kittisak Singsungnoen and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
34.1
The Study of Information, Media, and Technology Competencies for Undergraduate Students according to 21st Century Learning Framework
By Watjanarat Kuandee and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
35.1
Factors Supporting the STEM Education Learning Management of Leader Teachers in the STEM Education Network of Thailand
By Niramis Painprasert and Namon Jeerungsuwan (Thailand)
36.1
E-Learning 3.0 Implementation Using Moodle Platform
By Ridwan Sanjaya (Indonesia)
37.1
Web Based Structural Health Monitoring Located at Remote Locations Collaborating Computer and Electronics
By Swati Joshi and Akhil Deshpande (India)
38.1
The Development of E-Learning Courseware: Research Methodology for Project Courses of School of Science and Technology
By Sorapak Pukdesree (Thailand)
39.1
Inverting a Computer Programming Class with the Flipped Classroom
By Wichai Puarungroj (Thailand)
40.1
Effective Educational Game Map
By Khoirul Anam Shona and Brenda Chandrawati (Indonesia)
41.1
Raspberry PIAs E-Learning Machine
By Erdhi Widyarto Nugroho (Indonesia)
42.1
E-Portfolios and why we should have and use them!
By Andreas Becker (Germany), Jarinya Sonvisai, and Lalita Choosong (Thailand)
43.1
Educatorsí Perspective towards the Adoption of E-Learning System in Public Schools in India
By Amit Kumar, Tanvir Singh (India), and Yunfei Liu (China)
44.1
Educational Game Character Development
By Khoirul Fikri Shona and Brenda Chandrawati (Indonesia)
45.1
Technology that Motivates and Structures Learner-Generated Content: ChatScaper, a Case Study
By Salvatore Moccia (Spain) and Peter Isackson (France)
46.1
General Public Licenses! GNU GPL v.3, AGPL v.3, LGPL v.3 - the Benefits and Risks of Freedom
By Andreas Becker (Germany), Jarinya Sonvisai, and Lalita Choosong (Thailand)
47.1
Applications of Internet of Things in E-Learning
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Pornphisud Mongkhonvanit (Thailand), Vo Ngoc Dieu (Viet Nam), and Niek van der Linden (Netherlands)
48.1
A Survey of Apps for E-Learning 2015
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Pornphisud Mongkhonvanit (Thailand), and Myong-Jun Kim (Korea)
49.1
Wearable Technology and E-Learning
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Pornphisud Mongkhonvanit (Thailand), Mario Rodriguez (Mexico), Greg Bassani Oam (Australia), and Sumit Sharma (Nepal)
50.1
E-Learning via Social Media
By Firouz Anaraki (Iran)
51.1
BKK Management at Vocational School in Semarang
By Joko Widodo, Murwatiningsih, Nina Oktarina, and Hengky Pramusinto (Indonesia)
52.1
The Implementation of an Integrated Academic Information System (SIKADU) to Improve Academic Service at the Faculty of Economics Semarang State University
By Kardoyo, Hengky Pramusinto, and Nina Oktarina (Indonesia)
53.1
School Accountability Based on E-Archives at Senior High School in Semarang
By Nina Oktarina, Hengky Pramusinto, and Linda Agustina (Indonesia)
54.1
Text Neck Epidemic: a Growing Problem for Smart Phone Users in Thailand
By Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (Thailand)
55.1
A Development of Instructional Model in Op-Amp and Linear IC Course of Diploma Electronic Students Using Distance Communication Technology and Information Technology
By Pitipark Pinrod (Thailand)
56.1
Model for Development of Professional Competencies of Physical Education Teacher in 21st Century in Educational Innovation and Information Technology
By Pensri Srisawat, Naiyana Buppaworng, and Yuthana Wongwirat (Thailand)
57.1
Development of Studentís Research Skills Using Social Networks and Ubiquitous Learning in Flipped Classroom
By Pathapong Pongpatrakant (Thailand)
58.1
Teaching Tool: Finite Element Analysis of 2D Truss Problem by VBA Program
By Supachard Krudtong (Thailand) and Saeed Moaveni (USA)
59.1
The Use of Electronic Learning Management System to Enhance Learning and Achievement Case Study: Course Analysis and Design Students of the Program Department of Computer Information Systems
By Somphong Wathanti and Anuchavadee Chaithongsri (Thailand)
60.1
The Effect of Blended Learning Approach Using Facebook and Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom on an Inquiring Mind of Freshmen in Teacher Education Program at Institute of Physical Education, Chumphon Campus
By Narumon Rodniam (Thailand)
61.1
Professional Development in Information Technology Competency for Teachers in Basic Education Schools
By Supinda Lertlit (Thailand)
62.1
Internet Plagiarism in PhD Papers
By Dararat Khampusaen (Thailand)
63.1
Appendix A. Editorial Board
64.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee
65.1
Appendix C. Supporting Personnel
66.1
Appendix D. Author Names
67.1
Appendix E. About the Senior Editor-in-Chief
68.1
Appendix F. About the Editor-in-Chief
69.1
Appendix G. Supporting Organizations
70.1
Appendix H. Impact Factor
71.1
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