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The purposes of this research were to develop e-learning model by collaborative learning on social media to develop information literacy skill for undergraduate students of Educational Faculty and to study the results of the model usage. The results of the study were as follows:
1. The e-learning model by collaborative learning on social media to develop information literacy skill consisted of 4 major components; 1) the students preparing, 2) learning activities, 3) students’ interaction, 4) students’ knowledge transfer. There were 6 steps of teaching and learning activities; 1) e-learning orientation/introduction, 2) accessing e-learning lessons, 3) learning on e-learning contents, 4) learning activities, [which were divided into; 4.1) accessing for creating motivation, 4.2) building social interaction, 4.3) exchanging information and knowledge, 4.4) constructing new knowledge, and 4.5) developing knowledge], 5) interacting through social on-line learning, and 6) measuring and evaluating the students’ learning.
2. The result of trying out the e-learning model with collaborative learning on social media to develop the information literacy skills was at a good level ( = 4.08). The evaluation of the students’ assignments was higher than criteria (60 %) in all products (82.13 %). The assessment of the students' information literacy skills was also at a high level ( = 4.15).
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