Research-based development for supporting staff, Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin
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Study of “Research-based development for supporting staffs RMUTR” is conducted as a qualitative research with the purpose of empowering the supporting staffs to have knowledge and skills in regards to developing their routine work in becoming a research project and integrating those works through research methodology. The samples used in this study include 39 supporting researchers who have been granted a research scholarship of the year 2014, 12 Head of Departments who are in charge of those researchers, 4 guest speakers and 3 Committees of the Universities. The methods used in this study include the interviews, observations, and questionnaires. The analysis of individual information by using frequency distribution and percentage comparing knowledge and skills before and after the training using mean and standard deviation and analyzing model for developing supporting staffs to have a knowledge and skills in conducting research projects by interviews and observation during the training. The result of the research found that 1) the samples which are supporting staffs have a high satisfaction level towards the training under this project 2) the result of the analysis comparing the staffs’ knowledge and skills before and after the training shows that after the training, the staffs have gained a much higher knowledge and skills than before the training 3) the overall satisfaction level of towards the project as a whole is high and 4) the result of ‘Research-based development for supporting staffs RMUTR’ projects has a 33.5 percent rate of implementation within the prescribed date i.e. 6 projects, and the duration of the other 11 projects are postponed which account for 64.7 percent.