The purposes of this study are to find the channels utilized for written and spoken communication by the instructors of Uttaradit Teachers’ college, to find the levels of instructors’ interest in flow of organization information, to find how the instructors obtain organization information, and to compare between the opinion of administors and instructors on the patterns, the directions and the types of organization communication. Questionaires were distributed to 144 instructors of Uttaradit Teachers’ College who functioned during 1984. And all of 136 completed questionaires or 94.40% were returned. Among these are from 40 administors or 29.4% and 96 instructors or 70.6% of the total. The data were analyzed and presented in terms of percentages, means, and standard deviation whereas the hypotheses were verified by the comparison of total means of each group on the opinion about patterns, directions and types of communication utilized in Uttaradit Teachers’ College administrative information system. The results of the study are as follow: 1. The instructors of Uttaradit Teachers’ College mostly communicate in written by means of letter of jobs obligation; moderately by means of information board, circular letters, annotations and public relation journals; and lowestly by means of academic documents, newsletters and personal letters. And they mostly communicate in spoken by means of on-campus telephone, on-lined announcement and interpersonal discussion; and moderately by means of committee conference, group meeting and college staff conference. 2. The instructors’ interest in organization information are respective as follows: teaching, inservice education, academic work, administration, business affairs, research, student affairs, educational supervision and culture. 3. Obtaining information 3.1 The instructors are highly interested in the information, satisfied to search for information and try to obtain the information concerning their jobs. 3.2 In case of written communication; instructors frequently obtain the information on their jobs from letters of jobs obligation, but seldom obtain it from academic documents, newsletters and personal letters. In case of spoken communication the instructors frequently obtain the information from interpersonal discussion and merely sometimes obtain it from on-campus telephone, on-lined announcement, committee conference, group conference and college staff conference.
3.3 The information about the jobs are often sent from the administors to the instructors by means of personal letters, but frequently sent from instructors to the administors by means of interpersonal discussion and on-campus telephone. Personal letters are seldom used. Information among colleagues flows through interpersonal conference, on-campus telephone and personal letters at row rate of frequency. 3.4 The information concerning teaching and in-service education is frequently obtained but with least frequent on the matter concerning culture and research. 3.5 The instructors merely sometimes contact with colleagues through chatting, report, retell, exchange of ideas criticize or consult, and circulate information among colleagues. They rarely organize committee conference or college staff conference or spread out the information to the colleagues. 3.6 The obtained information about the teaching and in-service education are applied to their daily duties and slightly beneficial to the acknowledgement of academic, administrative, clerical, and student activity, academic productivity, education supervision, cultural, and research practice. 3.7 Most of the instructors of College remarks that every instructor should perform his own duty, and they will advise others about the jobs. 3.8 The sometimes advise others about the duty through individual and sometimes group contacts with colleagues. They only once in a while propose the opinion to administrators, write articles or news in college advise others newsletters, public relations journals, and other academic publication and personal letters. 4. From the hypotheses, the opinion of the administors and the instructors concerning about the patterns of formal and informal communication, the directions of downward, upward and horizontal communication, and the types of interpersonal, small group and public communication on the instructors jobs were different, which means that all of the hypotheses of the study are accepted.