Online learning Online Learning Readiness among University student in Thailand


  • Rossarin Insawang สถาบันภาษา มหาวิทยาลัยธรรมศาสตร์


Online learning, Online learning Readiness, Thai university student




The purpose of this research was to investigate the levels of online learning readiness among Thai university students in a Business Administration Program, and to find out the differences in the readiness levels between the first and the fourth year students. 138 Business Administration Program students at a public university in Bangkok, Thailand participated in the research. The research instrument used was an online questionnaire asking for their online learning readiness in five dimensions. The results suggested that the participants were very ready for online learning, especially in the dimension of learning and computer/internet self-efficacy. The dimension of online communication self-efficacy was ranked third, while self-directed learning and learner control dimensions ranked the lowest. When exploring the difference between two groups of the student, it was found that the fourth-year students were slightly more ready than the first-year students; however, they were in the same readiness levels in all dimensions.


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