The Asian and Pacific Training Centre for ICT for Development (APCICT/ESCAP) joined the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) and the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA) in conducting an online training program on e-Commerce in Thailand from 13 to 14 September 2021 (1:00pm to 6:00pm, UTC+7).
APCICT celebrates the Girls in ICT Day by imparting digital skills to girls and young women in Thailand
As part of the 2021 Girls in ICT Day celebration in Thailand, APCICT/ESCAP conducted trainings based on its Women ICT Frontier Initiative (WIFI) programme under the Entrepreneurship Track, with the objective of enhancing the knowledge, skills and abilities of young women and girls in using ICT tools and applications to support e-commerce startup and management.
This presentation guides you through Thailand National IT Policy, the current state of development in ICT and e-government, with examples of projects from Thailand and other countries.
Building Institutional Capacity in Asia - Alleviating the Digital Divide: Policy Recommendations for Malaysia, Thailand, The Philppines, Vietnam (Executive Summary)
This report examines the evolving Asian ICT environment using a comparative framework. It undertakes an audit of the ICT initiatives in Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. Data collection involved in this report has been supplemented by interviews with senior policy leaders and executives from key government and research agencies.
Thailand ICT Master Plan (2002-2006) is based on a policy framework called IT 2010 which covers the guideline for 10 years ICT development in Thailand starting from 2001. It consists of three principles: building up human capital; promoting innovation; and investing in information infrastructure and promote the information industry. The ICT usage are categorized into five flagships comprising e-Government, e-Commerce, e-Industry, e-Education and e-Society. This master plan is composed of vision, missions, objectives, strategies and activities for the first five years of the IT 2010.
A Critical Analysis of Adoption and Utilization of the Internet in Thailand for Educational Purposes
This paper presents how the Thai government adopted the Internet into their educational systems by looking at the diffusion-of-innovation theory. Also, it will briefly describe the evolution as well as criticize the adoption of the Internet in Thai education with an emphasis on academic uses. Moreover, it will explain the benefits, obstacles, and future plans of Internet usage in Thailand for education.
Information Technology Policy Framework 2001-2010: Thailand Vision Towards a Knowledge-Based Economy
This policy framework serves as a guideline for national IT development in the first decade of the 21st century in leading Thailand towards a knowledge-based economy. It suggests strategies in five key areas: e-Government, e-Commerce, e-Industry, e-Education and e-Society.
Over the past decade, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has been recognized as a potential enabler for national economic and social development and for strengthening competitiveness for Thailand. The government, then, started the initiative in 1992 to set up the National IT Committee, or NITC, which is a high-level policy body chaired by the Prime Minister, which has been resulting some ICT policies. This resource provides ICT Human Resource Development within those policies context.
This country paper was prepared for the Third Session of the Governing Council of APCICT. It gives an overview of the initiatives undertaken in the area of ICT Human Capacity Building under the mandates of WSIS and MDGs, and provides specific needs and recommendations for this area in Thailand.
This article attempts to quantitatively measure the various influences on mobile phone adoption at the bottom of the pyramid (BoP) in Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Thailand. Based on an existing theoretical framework, adoption is modeled by fitting a logit model to a large sixcountry dataset. The study finds evidence for the importance of social influence in mobile adoption in two modes: one that exerts pressure on individuals to adopt, and another that helps to generate benefits via social networks that are tied in with economic and business networks.