Factors affecting the use of the Self Learning Centre at the Bank of Thailand

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Wantana Chullawatchanatana
Wilaksana Srimavin

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The aim of the research was to find out factors affecting the use of the Self Learning Centre (SLC) at Bank of Thailand (BOT). The findings will be contemplated as a guideline for establishing future self-access centres that will open to the general public. The subjects were 50 personnel who used the SLC. The study was undertaken from 22nd to 30th August 2004. Their attitudes on factors influencing the use of the SLC were analysed from a questionnaire and informal talk. The results showed that the factors affecting the use of the centre were the provision of atmosphere, services, and learning materials. The bank personnel came to the SLC because they were satisfied with these facilities. Therefore, in establishing a self-access language centre for a community, factors that could foster a learning environment, such as quietness, light quality, the decoration of the rooms and service hours, should be considered. In order to give good services, librarians might help the users to set their goals, learning plans and so on. Moreover, learning materials should be up-to-date in content, and the centre should provide a variety of materials, i.e. those that are paper-based and computer-based as well as audio-visuals.

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Chullawatchanatana, W., & Srimavin, W. (2005). Factors affecting the use of the Self Learning Centre at the Bank of Thailand. REFLections, 7, 34-45. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/reflections/article/view/114314
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