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Name in Thai : อาจารย์ ดร.นิกรณ์ หร่องบุตรศรี

Name in English : Aj.Dr. Nikorn Rongbutsri

Position : Lecturer

Tel : 053-91-7199

Room : 316

E-mail : nikorn@mfu.ac.th

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(ดาวโหลด CVภาษาไทย) (Download English CV)

Brief Biographical History:

  • 2017- PhD in Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark
  • 2006- Msc. in Advanced Software Technologies at International Institute Information Technology, Pune, India
  • 2003- Bsc. in Information Technology, Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai Thailand

Areas of Interest:

  • CSCL-Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
  • CSCW-Computer Supported Cooperative Work
  • Tool-Mediated Activities
  • Mobile learning
  • PLE-Personal Learning Environments
  • e-Learning
  • VLE-Virtual Learning Environments

List of publications:

  1. Rongbutsri, N., & Yooyatiwong, T. (2017). Culture Shaped Through Digital Interaction. Presented at the NACT Working Group Meeting 2017, Guiyang, China: Guizhou University.
  2. Rongbutsri, N., Rochanakit, K., Theppawong, S., Woraphat, P., Khantha, S., Kittakool, S., Kapanya, T., Wicha, S. (2017), Mobile Learning in Museums: A Case Study of The Golden jubilee Museum of Agriculture Office. Presented at The International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology 2017 (ICDAMT2017), Chiang Mai, Thailand
  3. Yuan, F., Rongbutsri, N., Phunsapphaisan, T. (2016), Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language Teachers’ Epistemic, Pedagogical and Technological Beliefs: The Case Study of Northern Thailand. Presented at the Proceedings of Global Wireless Summit 2016 (GWS2016), Aarhus, Denmark: IEEE.
  4. Rongbutsri, N.(2014). ICTs Leverage Collaborative Group Learning for a Very Large Class Size. Presented at the The 9th Annual ThaiPOD National Conference on Teaching and Learning towards 21st Century Higher Education, Bangkok, Thailand: ThaiPOD.
  5.  Zhou, C., Purushothaman, A., & Rongbutsri, N. (2013). Facilitating Sustainability of Education by Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT).International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 8(6), 50–54.
  6. Khalid Saifuddin, M., Rongbutsri, N., & Buus, L. (2012). Facilitating Adoption of Web Tools for Problem and Project Based Learning Activities (pp. 559–566). Presented at the Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Networked Learning 2012, Maastricht: Networked Learning Conference.
  7. Rongbutsri, N., Ryberg, T., & Zander, P.-O. (2012). Personalized learning Ecologies in Problem and Project Based Learning Environments.
  8. Rongbutsri, N., Kalid Saifuddin, M., & Ryberg, T. (2011b). Mapping Students Use of Technologies in Problem Based Learning Environments (pp. 723–727). Presented at the The 19th International Conference on Computers in Education, Chaing Mai, Thailand: National Electronics and Computer Technology Center.
  9. Rongbutsri, N., Kalid Saifuddin, M., & Ryberg, T. (2011a). ICT SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS’ COLLABORATION IN PROBLEM AND PROJECT BASED LEARNING (pp. 351–363). Presented at the PBL Across The Disciplines: Researh into Best Practice, Coventry, England: Aalborg Universitetsforlag.
  10. Rongbutsri, N. (2011). Mobile Learning for Higher Education in Problem-Based Learning Environments (pp. 32–36). Presented at the Doctoral Student Consortium Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computers in Education ICCE 2011, Chaing Mai, Thailand: National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand.
  11. Khalid Saifuddin, M., Shahadat Hossain, M., & Rongbutsri, N. (2011). Educational Process Reengineering and Diffusion of Innovation in Formal Learning Environment (pp. 758–762). Presented at the The 19th International Conference on Computers in Education, Chaing Mai, Thailand: National Electronics and Computer Technology Center.
  12. Rongbutsri, N., & Ryberg, T. (2010). Mobile Learning for Higher Education in PBL Environments. mLearning 2010 Conference, Malta

 

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