To study the readiness of information technology to support educational communication in the ASEAN community of Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon
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This research has a purpose. To study the readiness of information technology to support educational communication in the ASEAN community of Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon This research is quantitative research with a questionnaire. (Questionnaire) The samples were staffs of the Faculty of Business Administration. Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon (40 students). The researcher conducted severalstatistical analyzes, including Frequency, Percentage and Mean. For the information technology system of the university, the classroom is used regularly 70%, followed by 30%, and the use of intelligent classroom at the Faculty of BusinessAdministration has two rooms, only 50% There are only 25 per cent usage for internet accounts.There were 24% of respondents regularly used, followed by some 16%. Some respondents said that the Internet was relatively frequent and Wifi does not cover 65% of the networked Internetservices, followed by 35% of IT systems. Up to 35 percent indicate that the problem of IT use still hinders the respondents. IT services are available for IT professionals. Respondents are using social media in addition to searching for knowledge. Then there is the use of Facebook Youtube that is constantly searching for new knowledge from the media,which is used regularly 50% and use some 50% as well. Learning and sharing online learning resources such as e-learning with foreigners. 55% use the regular use, 30% use the online media, and 56% use Facebook Online, You Tube Live.regular Secondly, 14%. Information Technology Infrastructure Services to support communication in the ASEAN community, respondents were satisfied with the use of other devices. To access the system. There are 70% access to the university on a regular basis and other services are available. For research and research purposes. Long distance conferencing via LAN and Wifi is upto 70% and some have access to campus network with VPN up to 65%.
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