ICT Systems Development Guidelines for Educational Innovation Management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand

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Phongsak Phakamach
Prapatpong Senarith
Suriya Wachirawongpaisarn

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The objectives of this research were: 1) to study the conditions of an ICT systems development guidelines for educational innovation management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand; 2) to create a model of an ICT systems development guidelines for educational innovation management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand; and 3) to present guidelines for the development of ICT systems for educational innovation management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand. This research uses mixed methodology. Target groups are faculty and those involved with the ICT system and educational innovation and experts in ICT system and educational innovation. The research methodology consisted of 4 steps. The research instruments were questionnaires, interview guide and focus group interview guide. Quantitative analyzed done by frequency and percentage and qualitative analyzed done by content analysis.


The research results revealed that the ICT systems development guidelines suitable for educational innovation management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand in 5 components: (1) curriculum; (2) instruction; (3) courseware; (4) evaluation; and (5) management. Guidelines for the development of ICT systems for effective management of educational innovations include: 1) the design and implementation of the ICT system should respond to all functions; 2) use of standard methods for system development for efficient and meet objectives; 3) creating learning support along with technology in the areas of administrators, teachers, personnel and students; and 4) planning and setting goals for ICT users that are clear and responsive to use is essential.

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Phakamach, P., Senarith, P., & Wachirawongpaisarn, S. (2022). ICT Systems Development Guidelines for Educational Innovation Management of Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 2(2), 109–130. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jeil/article/view/256696
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