Dr.Pruet Putjorn

Dr.Pruet Putjorn

Assistant to the President/Lecturer

Tel: +66 (0) 5391 6765
E-mail: pruet@mfu.ac.th

Education

  • Ph.D.        Digital Arts, University of Kent, UK
  • Master      Information Communication Technology, Wollongong University, AUS
  • Higher Diploma in Teaching Technology Telecommunication, Chiang Mai Technical College,Thailand

Speciallization

  • Multimedia technology
  • Ubiquitous learning
  • Mobile learning
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • 3D printing
  • Information Technology for Development (ICT4D)
  • Web & Mobile technology
  • Embedded technology

Awards/Publications

Awards

Winning prize in the Arts category (including Architecture, Design and Music) in Educational Awards for Excellence 2017
honor date Nov 2017 honor issuer Anglo-Thai Society

honor description The aim of the Awards is to recognise the exceptional academic achievements of Thai post-graduate scholars in the UK and are strongly supported by the Royal Thai Embassy.
Link: goo.gl/p5RKu9
Research Video Competition 2016
honor dateJan 2016 honor issuer School of Engineering and Digital Arts, University of Kent

honor descriptionReceived the first prize of research video competition at School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA) research conference 2016.
Video link: youtu.be/e7e59364YK0
News link: www.eda.kent.ac.uk/school/news_article.aspx

 

Publications
Putjorn P, Nobnop R, Buathong P, Soponronnarit. Understanding Teachers' Perception Toward the Use of an Augmented Reality-Based Application for Astronomy Learning in Secondary Schools in Northern Thailand. The 21st International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC- 2018). 2018 Nov.


Putjorn P, Siriaraya P, Deravi F, Ang CS. Investigating the use of sensor-based IoET to facilitate learning for children in rural Thailand. PloS one. 2018 Aug 15;13(8):e0201875.


Pruet P, Ang CS, Farzin D. Understanding tablet computer usage among primary school students in underdeveloped areas: Students’ technology experience, learning styles and attitudes. Computers in Human Behavior. 2016 Feb 29;55:1131-44.