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The purposes of this research were to study learning outcomes of research-based learning in both techniques: using research processes as steps in teaching and learning and studying previous research. This research focused on learning achievement of students before and after learning in each technique and comparing learner’s satisfaction between two techniques of research-based learning. The sample group consisted of 40 students in Information Technology and Communication Programme at Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University. The participants were the students who registered both courses in 308-374 Knowledge Management (KM) and 308-412 Management of Information Technology in Organization (MITO). The research instruments were leaning achievement tests of KM course and MITO course, and satisfaction questionnaire. The data were analyzed by descriptive analysis, t-test for independent samples and t-test for dependent samples. In RBL based on research process technique, the results showed that the learning achievement of sample students was than before learning. Similarly, the learning achievement of sample students in RBL based on studying previous research technique also was higher than before learning at the .05 level of significance. However, students satisfied to learn the knowledge management using technique of research process higher than the technique of studying previous research at the .05 level of significance.
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