K. M. Nagi

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After centuries of little change, the role of the Guru or a teacher as it has been traditionally defined and practiced in Thailand and the rest of South East Asia is on the verge of becoming an anachronism. Now it is Google, not the Guru who has all answers to the big questions of life and learning. New and emerging pedagogies are harnessing the power of(More)
  • K. M. Nagi
  • 2011 International Symposium on Humanities…
  • 2011
Widespread use of portable and mobile devices requires drastic changes in the ways the educational and training organizations deliver a courseware. The new paradigm of xLearning (where x= using any device for learning) incorporates courseware and services enabled by emerging Internet technologies in use today. This paper provides insight into the(More)
This paper is partially based on the Six Sigma process and its application to eLearning. Six Sigma process claims that focusing on reduction of variation and defects will improve a business product or a service. Its prestige and value is well-known within the manufacturing industry. In Asia-Pacific region it is beginning to be recognized within higher(More)
Interactivity in a virtual learning environment is the art of instigating interactions and facilitating communication between leaning objects (LOs) and learners. In order to investigate the level of usage of various learning objects (LOs) all data must be recorded after a student logs-on to the system. All Learning Management Systems (LMSs), whether(More)
  • K. M. Nagi
  • International Conference on Computer and…
  • 2010
Six Sigma method claims that focusing on reduction of variation will lead to reduction in defects in a business product. Its prestige and value is well known within the manufacturing industry. However, it is seldom applied to educational products such as courseware produced and used in higher education. It is beginning to be recognized as key process for(More)
Summary form only given. Peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing systems as well as mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) possess the same decentralized nature. However, P2P and MANETs operate on different network layers, a combination of both appears to be promising. In this paper, we study the use of mobile agents for locating documents asynchronously in this(More)
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