Abstract—This research aims to develop the model of
knowledge management and social media technology that
appropriate with teaching and learning for graduated student,
in particular to enhance graduated student’s self-directed
learning skill and practices that including knowledge
management process: creating, analyzing, nurturing,
disseminating, and optimizing as part of the teaching and
learning activity. In this process which driven by social media
tools: Facebook, twitter, YouTube, Wikis, and blogs it’s has a
necessary role to drive and integrate knowledge and learning
activities within the knowledge management process, and the
self-directed learning skill steps included planning, strategy,
motivation, monitoring, evaluating, and summary. In this
respect, this research explored the appropriate model of
knowledge management via social media that enhance the
graduate student’s self-directed learning skill.
Index Terms—Knowledge management via social media, self-directed learning skill, graduated student.
N. Rampai is with the Department of Educational Technology, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 10900 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Nattaphon Rampai, "Model of Knowledge Management via Social Media to Enhance Graduated Student’s Self-Directed Learning Skill," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 5, no. 10, pp. 799-802, 2015.