Digital Learning Space Management for Digital Nomad


  • Nithiwit Nithitaknakin Division of Information and Communication Technology for Education, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand
  • Phatthachada Khampuong Thonburi Commercial College, Institute of Vocational Education Bangkok, Thailand
  • Siriporn Chairungruang Thonburi Commercial College, Institute of Vocational Education Bangkok, Thailand


Learning environment, Digital Space Learning, Digital Nomad


The aim of this paper is to provide a model for developing and managing learning spaces and for creating a digital educational environment for promoting and supporting Digital Nomads. This relates to fostering a model of the digital economy that is driven by information and communication technology involving basic online processes through data synthesis and the creation of connections. Another aim is to create a Digital Learning Space (DLS) model, which could involve the use of digital technology to increase efficiency and create added value in terms of Thailand’s economic activities. This model can support decision-making on the part of executives or those who are responsible for formulating policies that will develop and promote the expansion of Digital Nomad activity and encourage digital transformation in the economy, society, industry, tourism and politics


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How to Cite

N. Nithitaknakin, P. Khampuong, and S. Chairungruang, “Digital Learning Space Management for Digital Nomad”, Int J Edu Comm Tech, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1–9, Jan. 2023.



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