1.Introduction 2.Purpose of the Research 3.Research Framework 4.Research Methodology 5.Result of the Research 6.Conclusion and Discussion 1.Introduction

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Namon Jeerungsuwan, Ph.D. Associate Professor

Pallop Piriyasurawong, Ph.D. Assistant Professor

Maneerat Paranan Ph.D. Candidate

Web Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher EducationIntroductionPurpose of the ResearchResearch FrameworkResearch MethodologyResult of the ResearchConclusion and Discussion

TQF1 Standard Qualification of Program TQF2 Program SpecificationTQF3 Course SpecificationTQF4 Field Experience SpecificationTQF5 Course ReportTQF6 Field Experience ReportTQF7 Program Report

KnowledgeCognitive SkillsInterpersonal Skills and ResponsibilityAnalytical and Communication Skills

WI-TQF

1) INTRODUCTION

Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education (TQF:HEd)Ethical and Moral DevelopmentWeb Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education2.1 To synthesize Web Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education Model

2) PURPOSE OF THE RESEARCH2.2 To evaluate Web Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education Model

3)RESEARCH FRAMEWORKsynthesize4.1 Synthesis of Web Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education (WI-TQF model) 4.2 Evaluation of accrediting WI-TQF modelThe WI-TQF was evaluated by10 experts.

4) RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

expertsexpertsexpertsWeb Intelligence Model for Curriculum Administration in Outcome-based Approach According to Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education

5) RESULT OF THE RESEARCH----Public Cloud--------------------Private Cloud----------Evaluation of accrediting WI-TQF model

5) RESULT OF THE RESEARCH

The synthesis of WI-TQF Model findings are: (1) the results of synthesis WI-TQF Model are have four elements including User Groups, Functionalities, Database, and Cloud Computing Environment. Functionalities can be subdivided into four modules: ESS, DSS, MIS, and TPS. (2) After the 10 experts have evaluated the design of model, they have given the opinion for the design of WI-TQF Model to be developed as to the highest level of appropriateness and consensus. The WI-TQF model is tally AEEA form European that was modelled and it was developed to suite software following European Qualifications Framework (EQF) that was subdivided into four modules consist of ONTO-EQF, CC-DESIGN, RUBRICS-360, and SOLAR. Furthermore, ReProTools software was the system for Manage Programmes and Courses online.

6) CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION

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