Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research (JTIR) is a peer-reviewed journal covering all areas of science and technology, humanities and social sciences. Interdisciplinary research means combination of two or more discipline to create new research projection. Main motive of this journal is to promote and discover interdisciplinary area of scientific research, therefore paper consideration for publication should have newness in it. Major topics given below are not limited to but it can publish any new articles of any field.

Currently known as: Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research (2014 - current)

Formerly known as: Journal of Western Rajabhat Universities (2006 - 2014)

Publication frequency: 6 issues per year

Language: English

Aims and scope: Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research (JTIR) aims to provide an interdisciplinary platform for the dissemination of current knowledge and advances in the interdisciplinary science and technology research. Areas covered include Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Biotechnology and Agro-Industry, Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical Sciences, Nursing, Computer and Information Technology, Engineering and Industrial Research, Water Engineering and Sciences, Environmental and Natural Resources, and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Social and Humanities Sciences. Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research publishes original research work, either as full length articles or as short communications, technical, academic articles, and interdisciplinary research set.

Publication process: within three Month.

Page charges: There are no page charges for Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research.

Indexed and abstracts: Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research is indexed in the Tier 1 of the Thai-Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI)ASEAN Citation Index (ACI), and Google Scholar. The JTIR has applied to be indexed in DOAJ and waited for their approval. Furthermore JTIR has been planned to apply for indexing in SCOPUS by 2018.

 

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Vol 13 No 3 (2018): May - June

Published: 2018-10-10

Guidelines for Management of Kew Mae Pan and Pha Mon Nature Trail, Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand

Pitoon Amornwitthawat, Nareerat Thanakasem, Panjarat Samanasena, Chonticha Pansawang, Jakkrit Charoensit

22 - 29

Role-playing game to create learning about farming in an area surrounded by national park

Sutheera Pruksakorn, Somboon Kiratiprayoon, Somkit Uttaranakorn, Orathai Sukreeyapongse, Pongchai Dumrongrojwatthana

51 - 63

Solar home with energy management by frugal discharge

tararat mothayakul, Patamaporn Sripadungtham, Usa Boonbumroong

64 - 68

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