Digital Learning on Smart Space to Promote High Performance Digital University


  • Tippawan Meepung Faculty of Business Administration and Information Technology Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-Ok, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Phudit Kannikar Faculty of Business Administration and Information Technology Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-Ok, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Sakchai Chaiyarak Faculty of Education, Suan Dusit University, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Sumate Meepueng School Director of Watkhaodin school, Chachoengsao, Thailand


digital learning, smart space, digital university


The organization or university has a framework method that defines its organizational structure. Standards of information and administration, as well as administrator policies, goals, missions, strategies, and strategies to develop and drive the organization to be efficient and effective, are all important for a digital university. The university develops information systems to support use, management, and other essential tasks, such as teaching, research, and administration. It also systematically collects data and communicates and exchanges knowledge to bring ideas to improve the organization. This results in an efficient work process, making the organization a high-performance digital university. The objective of this research is to explore literature and synthesize elements of Smart Space to promote high performance digital universities. The results of the research showed that the components of Smart Space consist of 6 components as follows: 1) Communication, 2) Information sharing, 3) Real-time, 4) Wireless, 5) Network, and 6) Interactive. Transforming traditional classrooms into smart learning spaces encourages learners to access resources and engage in collaborative activities. It also promotes effective communication and the sharing of data with cloud-based platforms. This research explored the characteristics of intelligent learning spaces in order to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning management. Collaborative communication between learners is important, and instructors play a vital role in the learning environment, both during and after school hours. Current platform technology, such as teleconferencing, facilitates this communication. Encouraging collaboration through intelligent learning spaces can foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills for learners.


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How to Cite

T. Meepung, P. Kannikar, S. Chaiyarak, and S. Meepueng, “Digital Learning on Smart Space to Promote High Performance Digital University”, Int J Edu Comm Tech, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 66–75, Oct. 2023.



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