University-Wide Online Learning During COVID-19: From Policy to Practice


  • Nuengwong Tuaycharoen Dhurakij Pundit University



COVID-19, on-line learning, distance learning, higher education, education technology


During Thailand’s COVID-19 lockdown, all university in the country must continue their classes in the Summer Semester with on-line format. This article described our university’s policy and practice to support university-wide on-line learning. Our support system included a Learning Management System, a teaching guideline for our instructors, an on-line training course for instructors, a quality control process, and a teaching assessment to obtain feedbacks from students. Due to the rushing nature of the situation, many instructors could not finish all teaching preparation before the semester started. However, the results showed that the students satisfied with their on-line classes with the average score of 4.54 from 5-point Likert Scale.

Author Biography

Nuengwong Tuaycharoen, Dhurakij Pundit University

Nuengwong Tuaycharoen is an assistant professor in Computer Engineering and a director of the Center of Learning and Teaching Innovation at Dhurakij Pundit University(DPU),Thailand. She received her B.Eng degree with honours in Computer Engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. She received her M.S and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Maryland, College Park, USA. Her interests are in Software Development, Web and Mobile Application Development, Agile Methods, and Online and Active Learning.




How to Cite

Tuaycharoen, N. (2021). University-Wide Online Learning During COVID-19: From Policy to Practice. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM), 15(02), pp. 38–54.