Student Relation Management on Cloud Technology for Academic and Internship Counseling Model in Rajabhat University


  •  Phatthranit Srisakonsub    
  •  Namon Jeerungsuwan    
  •  Pallop Piriyasurawong    

Abstract

The purposes of this study were: 1) to design a model of student relation management system on cloud technology for academic and internship counseling in Rajabhat University and 2) to assess a model of student relation management system on cloud technology for academic and internship counseling in Rajabhat University.

The research methods were of 2 stages: 1) the model design stage in which 1.1) documents, textbooks and related literature were reviewed and analyzed, and 1.2) the model was designed, using elements and guidelines obtained from those documentaries together with the Front-end Analysis of needs, learners, environment and technology; and 2) the model assessment stage which included 5 steps, namely, 2.1) constructing instruments for model assessment, 2.2) having 9 experts to assess the instruments, 2.3) analyzing the data obtained from the assessment, using mathematic mean (x̄) and standard deviation (S.D.), 2.4) improving the model according to the experts ‘advises, and 2.5) presenting the model.

It was found that the designed model was made up of 3 main components: 1) student relation management which consisted of 1.1) data base, 1.2) cloud technology, 1.3) creating relation, and 1.4) maintaining relation; 2) student relation activities of the management system on cloud technology that comprised 2.1) filtering teacher students’ demographic data, 2.2) connecting the data from the university with the university system, 2.3) publicizing information and news, 2.4) formulating academic counseling plan, 2.5) carrying out academic counseling, and 2.6) following up and evaluating; and 3) academic and internship counseling which was composed of 3.1) registration, 3.2) orientation, 3.3) supervision planning, 3.4) supervising, 3.5) academic counseling, following up the academic counseling, and 3.6) evaluation. The study revealed that the developed model was very appropriate to be used for academic and internship counseling.



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  • Issn(Print): 1925-4741
  • Issn(Onlne): 1925-475X
  • Started: 2011
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