The assessment model of multimedia learning feasibility


Media is one of the components determining learning outcomes. In fact, a lot of learning media used in the field are not feasible. This study aims to develop the instrument of feasibility and effectiveness of multimedia learning in four aspects, namely (1) content of media, (2) construction of media, and (3) acceptability of media. The effectiveness of learning is tested through quasi-experiments. Validity test for four instruments conducted using item analysis and reliability test using Cronbach Alpha technique. The results of the study show that all instruments are valid. The reliability test also shows high results and the acceptance level of the media is classified as very high. The study concluded that the instruments developed had fulfilled the eligibility requirements with a very high acceptance rate.


Media, multimedia learning


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