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Kingkarn Buranasinvattanakul
Pinpon Kongwijit


Thai literature is something that is far away from learners in the digital age. Therefore, teachers should adjust the paradigm of learning that literature does not necessarily adhere to traditional literature, and should use literature which has been adapted to become up-to-date to use as a link with the lesson. Using Connectivism it consists of four step: 1) content accumulating, 2) remixing, 3) repurposing, and 4) sharing. Teachers and learners have to adjust their roles in order to be more in line with the tendency of organizing learning through the connection of various online networks. Therefore, the management of learning Thai literature using the concept of Connectivism is regarded as a success of learning Thai literature amid the change in the digital world as well.

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