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The objective of this study was to solve the problems by spreading the knowledge through this corresponding writing. The objectives were; 1.Provision of knowledge regarding computer crime. 2. To make them aware regarding legal knowledge applied to their life properly. 3. Promote the law in a way to benefit the community. To achieve the objectives, the model of the project was adapted community service and integration by working together between Faculty of La, Faculty of Education and College of Music. The process is based on the PDCA. It separates into three parts. The first part called “Ton-Nam”, this part planned to work systematically and assign roles to participation in the work of faculty and students of the three faculties. The second part called “Klang-Nam”, the students from the Faculty of Education, majoring in Psychology has participated in the "Psycho Bonus" Activity. The aim of this activity is to learn about creative cyber behavior through brainstorm; the topic is “What are the students' behavioral solutions?” and then the students from the faculty of law introduced the type of criminal law and type of the Criminal Offense including the risk of being an offender under the Computer Act through the music. “Plai-Nam” is the last session of the project. The working group summarized all of the activities in short lesson that is “The stress management in the way of the psychological, it can use aesthetics to convince before the law explanation”.
Knowledge management is to reduce the risk of offence under the computer Act. This academic service project is valuable to introduce learning about psychological and legal knowledge about computer crime.
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