Cloud-based learning to promote higher education learning skills: Study on Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University


  • วิชุดา ขุนหนู
  • Jarumon Nookhong Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University
  • ณัฐภัทร แก้วรัตนภัทร์
  • สาธิยา ภูนาพลอย


This research examined the effectiveness of cloud-based learning designs in promoting higher education learning skills by 1) reviewing the students’ cloud learning academic achievements and 2) examining the online lesson evaluation results. Specifically, 30 sophomore Information Science students enrolled in a cloud technology course to promote user design learning skills were recruited as the sample group. The research tools were pre-test, post-test, online lesson evaluations, Google Classroom, and Google Forms. The data were statistically analyzed to determine the means, Standard Deviation: S.D., Median, Interquartile Range: IR and Quartile Deviation: QD and t-tests were conducted. After cloud-based learning, the student academic skills were significantly higher than before the cloud learning at a .05 significance level, improving by 25.57 points on average out of a total score of 55.93 points. The cloud-based online lesson evaluation analysis revealed that the lessons designed to promote learning skills in the user experience design course were the most appropriate ( Mean = 4.71, S.D. = 0.45, IR<=1 and QD<=0.0)