A Development of Management Model Using Business Intelligence Methodology for Higher Education Students to Enter Occupation Internationally


The purpose of the research study was to develop a model of learning management using the business intelligence methodology to help higher education student enter the occupation internationally. The research study consisted of two phases. The first phase was to develop the learning management model and the second phase was to evaluate the appropriateness of the model. The samples comprised ten experts selected by simple random sampling. The research instruments were (1) the developed model and the evaluation form of entering the occupation internationally for the higher education students and (2) the questionnaire for the experts to evaluate the appropriateness of the model.   The research result found that the learning management model using the business intelligence methodology consisted of three parts. The first part was the data sources such as student data, curriculum data, and employment data. These data included competencies in English, Information and Communication Technology, and occupational skills in order to enter occupation internationally.  The second part was the business intelligence process which the analyzed data or factors were put into. The third part was the display of the reports and the tenor of the business intelligence presented to the university executive for decision support in managing learning facilitators and related factors to help higher education students enter the occupation internationally.

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Ekachai Naowanich, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand
Namon Jeerungsuwan, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2013
Stream: Education

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