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The purposes of this research were to 1) develop a model of using blended innovation to promote DMAIC information literacy in 21st century for higher education students, 2) study the effect of using blended innovation to promote DMAIC information literacy in 21st century for higher education students, and 3) evaluate the satisfaction of using blended innovation to promote DMAIC information literacy in 21st century for higher education students. This research was the research and the development (R&D) has two phases. Phase I: developing the quality improvement process form of blended innovation. Phase II: applying the model to promote information literacy, DMAIC process for 16 weeks. The sample group in this research was 23 undergraduate students in Computer Science, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University obtained from the random sampling of the semester 1/2018. The tools used in the research consisted of 1) the use of blended innovation model, 2) the evaluation form for the selection of problems from information literacy activities, 3) the evaluation form for learning information process, and 4) satisfaction assessment form. Data analysis using statistics of Mean and Standard Deviation.
The results of the research found that Phase I, the development of a model of using blended innovation has 5 steps: 1) D: analyze and search to improve teaching quality and to find problems from using innovation, 2) M: develop information literacy activities in the 21st century, 3) A: selection of online teaching materials, integration of the use of blended innovation, 4) I: provide knowledge and practice process skills, and 5) C: evaluation to improve the solution. The results of Phase II, the study of the results of the use of blended innovation to promote information literacy in the 21st century DMAIC process for tertiary students showed that the result of the post-study effectiveness of students with higher knowledge of information was at the statistical significance level of .05 and the result of satisfaction assessments using blended innovation to promote information literacy processes DMAIC in the 21st century for higher education students was at a high level.
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