Student Digital Citizenship Indicators in Higher Education Institutions

  • Wannakorn Phornprasert Doctor of Education students Education Research and Evaluation Branch Faculty of Education Naresuan University
  • Teamjan Parnichparinchai Lecturer in Research and Evaluation of Education Faculty of Education Naresuan University
  • Pakorn Prachanban Lecturer in Research and Evaluation of Education Faculty of Education Naresuan University
  • Namthip Ongardwanich Lecturer in Research and Evaluation of Education Faculty of Education Naresuan University
Keywords: Indicators, Digital Citizenship, Students


The purpose of this research is to study the student digital citizenship indicators in higher education institutions. The research methods are: 1. Study and synthesize the documents of digital citizenship indicators and behavioral indicators. 2. Investigate the appropriateness of digital citizenship indicators and behavioral indicators by experts 8 people who were selected by using purposive sampling. The research instrument was a questionnaire to evaluate the appropriateness of digital citizenship indicators and behavioral indicators. The data were analyzed by using frequency distributions, median, and interquartile range. The result revealed that; 1) There were 11 indicators and 24 behavioral indicators for student digital citizenship in higher education institutions as follows: digital access (2 behavioral indicators), digital commerce (3 behavioral indicators), digital communication (2 behavioral indicators), digital etiquette (3 behavioral indicators), digital literacy (3 behavioral indicators), digital law (2 behavioral indicators), digital rights and responsibilities (2 behavioral indicators), digital health and wellness (2 behavioral indicators), digital security (2 behavioral indicators), digital identity (2 indicator behavior), and digital safety (2 behavioral indicators). 2) The indicators and behavioral indicators for student digital citizenship in higher education institutions were found that appropriateness was between a high level to the highest level.


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