RSPG-Burapha : Database and Web Application of Eastern Local Resources

Pitak Sootanan, Pongrat Dumrangrojwattana, Benchawon Chwapreecha, Salinee Khachonpisitsak, Woranop Sukparangsi, Nongnud Tangkrock-olan, Ronnachai Rattanaseth, Perapat Mungkung, Nutthanon Leelathakul



          RSPG-Burapha is a database and web application that is part of the research plan Lifelong Learning Center RSPG-BUU (Under the Plant Genetic Conservation Project Under the Royal Initiative of Her Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn) to collect data and knowledge gained from resource surveys by researchers and experts in various fields. These bioresource resources included shellfish, shrimp, crayfish, crabs, barnacles, ants and plants, physical resources and cultural resources and local wisdom were used to create a database of the Eastern region. The learning activities were conducted by searching for sample data within the database using Pictorial keys, Taxonomic rank and Scientific name in addition to searching by keyword. The results of the online evaluation on satisfaction towards system usage from the sample group with 149 persons showed in high level at a mean of 4.17. A comparison of the average overall satisfaction level between Gen Z, Gen Y, and Gen X found that no different, exception of Gen Z persons who was in high level at a mean of 4.09, which was significantly less than a GenY persons who was in highest level at a mean of 4.71 at a statistically significant level of 0.05. In conclusion, this research was carried out to fulfill the main mission of RSPG and Burapha University to be a learning center and continue our commitment to create awareness of conservation and sustainable use of resources in the region. RSPG-Burapha: database and web application can be accessed at


Keywords :  database ; web application ; eastern ; RSPG ; Burapha University

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