Institutional research grants and financing are available for research institutions who submit project ideas. Grants for Classroom Research in Fiscal Year 2022
Walailak University has a policy encouraging university employees to participate in research centers. to put research findings to good use in improving university administration efficiency, and to build effective teaching and learning policies The focus is on teaching and learning in the twenty-first century, which includes small group instruction and continual assessment.
in order to adhere to the aforementioned policy As a result, the institution published the Walailak University announcement. Subject: Funding for research institutions for fiscal year 2022, as announced by Walailak University on October 12, 2021. Regarding research institute funding, the aforementioned policy uses the Classroom Research Grants Fiscal Year 2022 dated October 12, 2021 as a framework for allocating cash for both types of research projects. The following themes will be given special consideration.
Institutional Research Grants are available for themes relevant to “Learning without Borders During the COVID Crisis,” with an emphasis on employing research findings to improve devices or software that enable effective online learning, among other things.
“Graduate Study Abroad – – The Challenges of Postgraduate Study Abroad in the COVID-19 Situation” is a topic connected to “Graduate Study Abroad – – The Challenges of Postgraduate Study Abroad in the COVID-19 Situation.”
Grants for Institutional Research Grants for Classroom Research (Only academic personnel)
Topics that are relevant to today’s students “Student Factors Affecting the Quality of Online Learning”
Topics that are relevant to today’s students “Students’ quality of life and online learning”
Topics of interest to current students include “Measurement and assessment of education suited for online learning” and “Measurement and evaluation of education suitable for online learning.”
“Evaluation of the UKPSF System / Achievements from the Implementation of the UKPSF System in Teaching and Learning Development” is a topic connected to “Evaluation of the UKPSF System / Achievements from the Implementation of the UKPSF System in Teaching and Learning Development.”
In this regard, from now until November 15, 2021, we would like to ask you to submit project proposals in accordance with the university’s structure. Please contact Ms. Duangporn Dejratanawichai, Research Institute, Plans and Strategies Division, Tel. 73787, for further information.
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