SOLGEN Research Publication, Fiscal Year 2022

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Detail of Publications

No. First Author or Corresponding Author Article title Journal title Detail of Publication Index/Quartile
1 Makkliang, F. Biocompatible natural deep eutectic solvent‑based extraction and cellulolytic enzyme‑mediated transformation of Pueraria mirifica isoflavones: a sustainable approach for increasing health‑bioactive constituents Bioresources and Bioprocessing Published (August 2021)  Scopus/Q1
2 Makkliang, F. Transformation of Pueraria candollei var. mirifica phytoestrogens using immobilized and free β-glucosidase, a technique for enhancing estrogenic activity RSC Advances Published (September 2021) Scopus/Q1
 3 Perales, W. Emergency remote teaching during COVID19: The role of teachers’ online community of practice (CoP) in times of crisis Journal of Interactive Media in Education Published (September 2021) Scopus/Q2 
 4 Wangdi, T. Thai EFL School Students’ Perceptions of Using L1 in English Language Classrooms The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q1
 5 Ulla, M. & Perales, William, F. Tarrayo, V. & Vecaldo R Doctoral Academics’ Roles in Philippine Higher Education Institutions: Insights from a Qualitative Study Issues in Educational Research Published (October 2021) Scopus/Q2
Koad, P. Learner Autonomy: Perception and Challenges for Thai University Students The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (October 2021) Scopus/Q1
Treve, M. What COVID-19 has introduced into Education: Challenges facing higher education institutions (HEIs) Higher Education Pedagogies Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q2
Kaewareelap, S., Sirisathitkul, C., & Sirisathitkul, Y Modernizing Batik Clothes for community exterprises using creative design and colometry Emerging Science Journal Accepted Scopus/Q1
Ulla, M.& Perales, W. Facebook as an integrated online learning support application during the COVID19 pandemic: Thai university students’ experiences and perspectives HELIYON Accepted (29 Oct 2021) Scopus/Q1
10 Panmei, B.& Waluyo, B. Perales, W. Writing classes with Writeabout.com: learning Mode, Feedback, and Collaboration SiSaL Journal Accepted (5 November 2021) Scopus/Q3
11 Bakoko, R.& Waluyo, B. Perales, W. Academic Vocabulary Used by High School Students in Essays and Its Relation to English Proficiency 3L: Language Linguistics, and Literature Accepted (1 December 2021) Scopus/Q1
12 Ulla B. M. Exploring early-career EFL teachers’ engagement in professional learning: teaching beliefs and professional values RELC Accepted (January 2022) Scopus/Q2
13 Ulla B. M. Queering the labor migration: Highly-skilled Filipino gay men as labor migrants in Bangkok, Thailand Cogent Social Sciences Published (March 2022) Scopus/Q2
14 Treve. M. Performance evaluation of artificial neural networks in sustainable modelling biodiesel synthesis Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments Published Scopus/Q1
15 Treve. M. Decentralization versus Centralization: Examining the Positive Impacts of Decentralized Public Administration in Education and Community Involvement Central Asia and the Caucasus Accepted (10 March 2022) Scopus/Q3
16 Wangdi. T. Student teachers’ perception of academic writing: challenges and pedagogical needs Journal of Education for Teaching Published (21 March 2022) Scopus/Q1
17 Rofiah. N. L. & Waluyo B. Developing students’ English oral presentation competence: Do self-confidence, teacher feedback, and English proficiency matter? MEXTESOL Published (August 2021) Scopus/Q4
18 Anggoro K. J.,& Nguyen A. N. Students’ perceptions with different CEFR levels on foreign teachers using L1 in EFL instruction Studies in English Language and Education (SiELE) Published (16 September 2021) Scopus/Q1
NO. First Author or Corresponding Author Article title Journal title Detail of Publication Index/Quartile
1 Sirisathitkul, Y., Kaewareelap, S. Batik Color Analysis by Facile Smartphone Colorimetry International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology Scopus/Q2
 2 Anggoro, K. Students’ Perceptions of e-CLIP: A Mixed-method study in Thailand  World Journal on Educational Technology Date of acceptance: November 14, 2020  Scopus/Q4 
 3 Tarrayo, V., Ulla, Mark B.,and Lekwilai, P.  Does Thai English exist? Voices from English language teachers in two Thai universities  Asian Englishes Date of Publication: October 07, 2020 Scopus/Q1
 4 Ulla, Mark, B.  Understanding the social media news consumption among Filipinos as Transnational-migrants in Thailand  Asia-Pacific Social Science Review  Accepted (To be published online March 2021) Scopus/Q2
Ulla, Mark B., Perales, William, F., Tarrayo, V. N.  Exploring ASEAN teachers’ practices and perceived benefits on the use of web applications in ELT classrooms  Asia-Pacific Social Science Review  Accepted (To be published online June 2021) Scopus/Q2
6 Ulla, M. & Achivar, Jesthony S.  Teaching on Facebook in a university in Thailand during the COVID19 pandemic: A collaborative autoethnographic study Asia-Pacific Social Science Review Accepted (To be published online September 2021) Scopus/Q2
7 Ulla, M. & Perales, William, F.  Developing an English language teaching textbook in a Thai university: Classroom language teacher as writers  International Journal of Criminology and Sociology  Publish on 15 Oct 2020// Y 2020,V 9, Issue 000-000 Scopus/Q2
8 Tarrayo, V.N., Potestades, R.R., Ulla, Mark B., Exploring the gender perspective in English language teaching (ELT): Voices from ELT practitioners in Philippine Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) Sexuality & Culture Published March 2021 Scopus/Q1
9 Tarrayo, V., Ulla, Mark B.,and Lekwilai, P. Perceptions toward Thai English: A study of university English language teachers in Thailand Critical Inquiry in Language Studies Accepted 18 March 2021 Scopus/Q1
10 Khun-Inkeeree, H.,*, Nor Azah Abdul Aziz2, Mohd Faiz Mohd Yaakob2, Mat Rahimi Yusof2 and M.S. Omar-Fauzee2  The Implicit Contribution of Principal’s Self-Awareness Towards Teacher Self-Efficacy  International Journal of Criminology and Sociology Scopus/Q3
11 Khun-Inkeeree, H.,*  Working on Perception of Primary School Teacher on Organizational Climate and their Job Satisfactions  International Journal of Instruction Accepted (To be published in October 2021)  Scopus/Q2
12 Koad, P.,Waluyo, B.  What Makes More and Less Proficient EFL Learners? Learner’s Beliefs, Learning Strategies and Autonomy  Asian EFL Journal Published  Scopus/Q2
13 Rofiah, N., Waluyo, B.  Using Socrative for Vocabulary Test: Thai EFL Learner Acceptance and Perceived Risk of Cheating  The Journal of Asia TEFL Published  Scopus/Q1
14 Waluyo, B.,& Bakoko, R. Vocabulary list learning supported by gamification: Classroom action research using quizlet. The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted Scopus/Q1
15 Aj. Junifer Bucol and Dr. Budi Waluyo Does gamification work with low proficiency studentss?: gamified vocabulary at home and learning outcomes in class using Quizlet CALL-EJ Published 27 January Scopus/Q2
16 Dr. Budi Waluyo Receptive Knowledge of Nouns and Collocations and the Impact on English Skill Performances GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies Accepted February 2021 Scopus/Q1
17 J, Rungruang.,& K, Jenjira. Health risk assessment of residents in a toruist city: A case study of Nakhon Si Thammarat province Walailak Journal of Science and Technology Accepted (December 2020) Scopus/Q3
18 J, Rungruang.,& K, Jenjira. Influence of prevention and control measures for COVID-19 on air quality in Thailand Aerosol and Air Quality Research Accepted (December 2020) Scopus/Q1
19 Khwanchum.L, “Effect of Land-use Changes on Nitrogen Distribution in Soil Profile in Northeast Thailand” Science & Technology Asia Published 18 December 2019, Online Scopus/Q4
20 Anggoro. K,& Nurmala “Thai EFL Students’ Perceptions of Collaborative Tasks in a Presentation Course.” The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (March 2021) Scopus/Q1
21 Ewe. L,& Casta. J “Teacher anxiety during COVID19 pandemic” The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (March 2021) Scopus/Q1
22 Panmei. B “Understanding university students’ attitudes toward English language learning in Thailand” The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (March 2021) Scopus/Q1
23 Min. F,& Ewe. L “Teaching Chinese language outside of China: The case of Chinese teachers in Thailand” Asia-Pacific Social Science Review Accepted (April 2021) Scopus/Q2
24 Marddent A., & Arporn V. “Or Sor Mor” and “Ai Khai”: Frontliners in Thailand’s Fight against COVID-19” Contemporary Southeast Asia Published (April 2021) Scopus/Q1
25 Treve. M “Using Socrative Application as Student Smart Response System (SMS) in a Real-Time during COVID-19 Pandemic: University Lecturers’ Acceptance and Attitudes” Psychology and Education Published (May 2021) Scopus/Q4
26 Rofiah N. L., & Waluyo B., “Developing students’ English oral presentation competence: Do self-confidence, teacher feedback, and English proficiency matter?” MEXTESOL Accepted (May 2021) Scopus/Q3
27 Ulla B. M. & Perales W., “Emergency remote teaching during COVID19: The role of teachers’ online community of practice (CoP) in times of crisis” Journal of Interactive Media in Education Accepted (May 2021) Scopus/Q2
28 Ulla, B. Mark & Tarrayo V, “Class Room Teaching? An investigation of Philipine doctoral academics’ beliefs'” Research in Education Accepted (May 2021) Scopus/Q2
28 Ulla, B. Mark & Tarrayo V, “Class Room Teaching? An investigation of Philipine doctoral academics’ beliefs'” Research in Education Accepted (May 2021) Scopus/Q2
29 Khun-Inkeeree, H., “Quality Education: The Moderating Role of Teaching Perspective on the Relationship between Teacher Career Perspectives and Students’ Engagement” Academy of Strategic Management Journal Published (May 2021) Scopus/Q2
30 Mark Ulla & Tarrayo V. “Classroom teaching or academic publishing? An investigation of Philippine doctoral academics’ beliefs” Research in Education Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q2
31 Ulla, M. & Perales, William, F. “Employing group work for task performances in an active learning classroom: Evidence from a university in Thailand” 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q1
32 Panmei, B. “English Proficiency and Academic Achievement : Can Students’s Grades in English Courses Predict Their Academic Achievement?” MEXTESOL Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q4
33 Wangdi, T. “Thai EFL School Students’ Perceptions of Using L1 in English Language Classrooms” The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q1
34 Kachchhap, L S. “Factors Influencing School Teachers’ Sense of Belonging: An Empirical Evidence” International Journal of Instruction Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q1
35 Zimik R. “Exploring challenges in delivering EFL classes through remote teaching during COVID19” The Journal of Asia TEFL Accepted (June 2021) Scopus/Q1
36 Chaowana K. “Bamboo as a Sustainable Building Material—Culm: Characteristics and Properties” Sustainability Published (July 2021) Scopus/Q1
37 Khasanah U. & Anggoro, K. “Accessible Flipped Classroom Model for Pronunciation Instruction: Its Effectiveness and Students’ Perception” International Journal of Instruction Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q1
38 Ulla, Mark B. & Perales, William, F. Doctoral Academics’ Roles in Philippine Higher Education Institutions: Insights from a Qualitative Study Issues in Educational Research Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q2
39 Suksikarn, R. Design and Technology Transfer to Social Community on the Seagrass (Krajood) Wicker Products in Thailand Archives of Design Research Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q1
40 Wangdi, T.  Bhutanese school teachers’ perceptions, challenges, and perceived benefits in doing research Issues in Educational Research Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q2
41 Wattanatinnachot, K. Rationales and Constraints of managers when hiring foreign workers in Singapore: A study of the manufactoring and manufacturing related services sectors SAGE Open Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q2
42 Kaewrat, J.; Janta, R.; Sichum, S.; Kanabkaew, T. Indoor Air Quality and Human Health Risk Assessment in the Open-Air Classroom Sustainability Published (July 2021) Scopus/Q1
43 Wangdi, T. “Seating arrangements as a strategy used in the language classroom to reduce students disruptive behaviors: a case study in Bhutan” MEXTesol Journal Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q4
44 Rofiah N. L., & Waluyo B., “Digital Divide and Factors Affecting English Synchronous Learning during Covid-19 in Thailand” International Journal of Instruction Accepted (July 2021) Scopus/Q1
45 Khasanah, U. & Anggoro, K. “A flipped classroom model to improve students’ online EFL learning” TESOL Journal Accepted (August 2021) Scopus/Q1
46 Binti Ku Doris, K. N. A. “Technology Use and Student Engagement During COVID-19: The Case of Online EFL Classes” Journal of AsiaTEFL Accepted (September 2021) Scopus/Q1
47 Tuanco, D. “Understanding Help-Seeking Avoidance among EFL Students and Social Climate of EFL Classroom in Thailand” Journal of AsiaTEFL Accepted (September 2021) Scopus/Q1
48 Maretha, A. L. “Profiles, Differences, and Roles of Learners’ Agency in English Learning in Thailand” International Journal of Instruction Accepted (September 2021) Scopus/Q1
49 Bakoko, Rahmah & Waluyo B. “Teaching Reading through Current News Event: Newsela.com” International Journal of Instruction Accepted (September 2021) Scopus/Q2
NO. First Author or Corresponding Author Article title Journal title Detail of Publication Index/Quartile
1 Marddent, Amporn Religious discourse and gender security in southern Thailand Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies

December, 2019

12(2): 225-247.9

Scopus/Q2
2 Ulla, M. B Western-published ELT Textbooks: Teacher Perceptions and Use in Thai Classrooms The Journal of Asia TEFL

October, 2019

16(3): 970-977.

Scopus/Q2
3 Ulla, M. B Western-published ELT Textbooks: Teacher Perceptions and Use in Thai Classrooms RELC Journal

November, 2019

Scopus/Q1
4 Ulla, M.B., Perales, W.F., and Tarrayo, V. Integrating Internet-based applications in English language teaching: Teacher practices in a Thai university Issues in Educational Research

January, 2020

30(1): 365-378

Scopus/Q3
5 Ulla, M.B., and Perales, W.F. The adoption of Facebook as a virtual class whiteboard: Promoting EFL students’ engagement in language tasks TESOL Journal

March, 2020

Scopus/Q1
6 Waluyo, B. Learning Outcomes of a General English Course Implementing Multiple E-learning Technologies and Active Learning Concepts. The Journal of Asia TEFL

April, 2020

Scopus/Q2
7 Andrija Matic Aldous Huxley’s search for unity The ephanies of Eyeless in Gaza ORBIS Littetarum WILEY

February, 2020 V.75 issue 3

Scopus/Q2
8 Kunlanit, B., Khwanchum, L., Bunphan, D. Effect of land-use changes on nitrogen distribution in soil profile in the Northeast Thailand. Science & Technology Asia.

waiting Online

Scopus/Q4
9 Kunlanit, B., Khwanchum, L. Land-use changes affecting soil organic matter accumulation in top-subsoil in Maha Sarakham province, Northeast Thailand. Applied and Environmental Soil Science.

24-Jun-20

Scopus/Q3
10 Kunlanit, B., Khwanchum, L., Bunphan, D. Land-use changes affecting phosphorusdistribution in soil profile in Maha Sarakham province, Northeast Thailand. Suranaree Journal of Science and Technology.

waiting Online

Scopus/Q4
11 Hareesol Khun-inkeeree, Luckhana Pimjan Moderating Effect of Thai Teachers’ Perspective on the Relationship between Teaching Perspectives, Students’ Engagemen 2021, Volume 14, Number 1. Accepted

December, 2019

12(2): 225-247.9

Scopus/Q2
12 Hareesol Khun-Inkeeree et al. Increasing Teachers’ Self-efficacy through Regular Teaching and Learning Supervision Universal Journal of Educational Research

8(7): 3002-3013, 2020

Scopus/Q4
13 Kiki Foregn teachers’ perceptions of Using L1 in EFL Classrooms: A Mixed-Method Study. Journal of physics conference series

Accepted

Scopus/Q3
14 Kiki Pear Deck’s Affordances in Online EFL Instruction. RELC Journal

Accepted

Scopus/Q1
15 Mark Bedoya Ulla Students’ Speaking Motivation and their Perspectives on a Task-based Language Classroom: Pedagogical Implications The Journal of Asia TEFL

Vol. 17, No. 2, Summer 2020, 681-688

Scopus/Q1
16 Pongsathorn Dechatiwongse and Wanna Choorit Mixotrophic Growth of Astaxanthin-rich Alga Haematococcus pluvialis using Refined Crude Glycerol as Carbon Substrate: Batch and Fed-batch Cultivations Walailak Journal of Science and Technology

Vol. 18, No. 1

Scopus/Q4
17 Rattikansukha, C., Sratongtian, S., Janta, R. ., & Srichum, S. Health Risk Assessment of Cadmium and Mercury via Seafood Consumption from Coastal Area of Nai Thung, Nakonsrithammarat Province : Health Risk Assessment of Cadmium and Mercury via Seafood Consumption. Walailak Journal of Science and Technology

Vol. 18, No. 1 (2020)

Scopus/Q3
18 Ulla, Mark, B. Understanding the social media news consumption among Filipinos as Transnational-migrants in Thailand Asia-Pacific Social Science Review

Accepted (To be published online March 2021)

Scopus/Q2
19 Mr. William JR Franco Perales Integrating Internet-based applications in English language teaching: Teacher practices in a Thai university Issues in Educational Research

January, 2020

Scopus/Q3
20 Koad, P., Waluyo, B. What Makes More and Less Proficient EFL Learners? Learner’s Beliefs, Learning Strategies and Autonomy Asian EFL Journal

September, 2020

Scopus/Q2
21 Wangdi, T. Exploring ASEAN teachers’ practices and perceived benefits on the use of web applications in ELT classrooms 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature

Accepted

Scopus/Q1