borworn papasratorn
borworn papasratorn
Associate Professor of Information Technology, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
ยืนยันอีเมลแล้วที่ - หน้าแรก
Understanding Citizen's Continuance Intention to Use e‑Government Website: a Composite View of Technology Acceptance Model and Computer Self‑Efficacy
S Wangpipatwong, W Chutimaskul, B Papasratorn
Electronic Journal of e-Government 6 (1), pp55‑64-pp55‑64, 2008
Factors influencing the Thai elderly intention to use smartphone for e-Health services
W Boontarig, W Chutimaskul, V Chongsuphajaisiddhi, B Papasratorn
2012 IEEE symposium on humanities, science and engineering research, 479-483, 2012
Factors influencing the adoption of Thai eGovernment websites: information quality and system quality approach
S Wangpipatwong, W Chutimaskul, B Papasratorn
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on eBusiness, 19-20, 2005
Quality enhancing the continued use of e-government web sites: Evidence from e-citizens of Thailand
S Wangpipatwong, W Chutimaskul, B Papasratorn
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 5 (1), 19-35, 2009
An empirical analysis towards the adoption of NFC mobile payment system by the end user
D Pal, V Vanijja, B Papasratorn
Procedia Computer Science 69, 13-25, 2015
Analyzing the elderly users’ adoption of smart-home services
D Pal, S Funilkul, V Vanijja, B Papasratorn
IEEE Access 6, 51238-51252, 2018
The influence of constructivist e-learning system on student learning outcomes
T Wangpipatwong, B Papasratorn
International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education …, 2007
A pilot study of factors affecting the adoption of Thai eGovernment websites
S Wangpipatwong, W Chutimaskul, B Papasratorn
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Applied Information Technology …, 2005
Embracing the smart-home revolution in Asia by the elderly: An end-user negative perception modeling
D Pal, B Papasratorn, W Chutimaskul, S Funilkul
IEEE Access 7, 38535-38549, 2019
A maturity model for C2C social commerce business model
S Sukrat, B Papasratorn
International Journal of Electronic Commerce Studies 9 (1), 27-54, 2018
The effects of self-efficacy and attitude on e-learning outcomes
B Papasratorn, T Wangpipatwong
E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare …, 2006
Factors affecting consumer acceptance mobile broadband services with add-on advertising: Thailand case study
C Srisawatsakul, B Papasratorn
Wireless personal communications 69 (3), 1055-1065, 2013
A quantitative approach for evaluating the quality of experience of smart-wearables from the quality of data and quality of information: An end user perspective
D Pal, V Vanijja, C Arpnikanondt, X Zhang, B Papasratorn
IEEE Access 7, 64266-64278, 2019
Impact of customer trust on purchase intention in organic rice through Facebook: A pilot study
S Sukrat, B Papasratorn, V Chongsuphajaisiddhi
The 10th International Conference on e-Business (iNCEB2015), 2015
An architectural framework for developing a recommendation system to enhance vendors’ capability in C2C social commerce
S Sukrat, B Papasratorn
Social Network Analysis and Mining 8 (1), 1-13, 2018
An evaluation model for analysing persuasive systems in mobile healthcare
W Boontarig, G Quirchmayr, W Chutimasakul, B Papasratorn
2014 International Conference on Computer, Information and Telecommunication …, 2014
Quality of experience of smart-wearables: From fitness-bands to smartwatches
D Pal, A Tassanaviboon, C Arpnikanondt, B Papasratorn
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 9 (1), 49-53, 2019
S-commerce transactions and business models in Southeast Asia: A case study in Thailand
A Leeraphong, B Papasratorn
KnE Social Sciences, 65-81, 2018
The evolution of C2C social commerce models
S Sukrat, P MahatananKoon, B Papasratorn
2016 eleventh international conference on digital information management …, 2016
Business models and transactions in C2C social commerce: practices of selected social commerce practitioners in Thailand
A Leeraphong, B Papasratorn
International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 15 (06), 1850048, 2018
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