Learning Resources Improvement Project Prioritization: An Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process Method

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Mongkol Kittiyakajon


According to current learning resources satisfaction assessment method, almost current researchers use survey research with average comparison directly among each aspects. Moreover, the clearly improvement methods are not specified. When the institutions have to plan long term improvement projects, all of improvement projects could not be implemented in the same time due to the limited of resources. Therefore, the improvement projects with prioritization that provided by proper calculation method is necessary. This paper proposed learning resources improvement project prioritization using analytic hierarchy process technique that provides different important weight for each selection criteria. This can reasonably reflect the fact more than current method. The results of the analytic hierarchy process prioritization show that the improvement project that was given the highest important weight was “providing the meeting area between teachers and students”. The second place was “improving internet system”. This ranking order was opposite to current method. This might due to the influence of the different important weight for each selection criteria from analytic hierarchy process prioritization method.

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Kittiyakajon, M. . (2019). Learning Resources Improvement Project Prioritization: An Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process Method. Journal of Engineering, RMUTT, 17(1), 25–39. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jermutt/article/view/241927
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