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Information System Development for Contingent Instruction on Logistics

Tommanee Sooksai, Krismant Whattananarong


The purposes of this study were 1) to develop a contingent instructional model 2) information system for contingent instruction on “Logistics” 3) to investigate learning outcomes 4) to evaluate the students’ satisfaction towards the logistics contingent instruction. The samples were 30 fourth-year undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Management, Thonburi University. They were selected by a purposive sampling method. The evaluation of developed information system by experts in information technology was at the “good” level, the evaluation by experts in educational technology was at the “very good” level, and the evaluation by experts in logistics contents was at the “very good” level. The data were analyzed by using, mean, standard deviation, and t-test statistic. The findings revealed the following results: 1) the main situations probably consists of unlimited sub-situations. This was caused by continuous impact might happen in main situations or sub-situations might derive from sub-situations indeterminately. It depends on the design of the situation effects in case studies or whether there is no subsituation. The answers of both main situation and sub-situation were linked to the main situations, sub-situations, or the end of situations. It depends on the design of the situation linkage. 2) The information system development of contingent instruction was at the “good” level. 3) The poststudent learning outcomes were higher than that pre-student learning outcomes at the significant level of .01 and the efficiency of the learning modules was validated at 81.00% by using the KWCAI formula. And 4) the student’s satisfactions were at the “very good” level.


Contingent Instruction; Logistics

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