History lessons are often associated with traditional and static methods of teaching and learning. Therefore, this concept paper attempts to highlight the ways of multimedia aspect that can be used as a research material and interesting transformation for the field of History. Teaching and learning History can use four techniques, namely tutorials, exploration, communication and applications. These four techniques can use Portal and Forum Rules, You-tube, CD-ROMs, History databases, word processing, presentations and using virtual libraries. Information and communication are intimately connected with one another. The diversity of these multimedia-based techniques is an extension of its application in all fields and everyday life, especially in the education system. Electronic learning introduced in schools is one of the most relevant transformations and creates encouraging interaction between students and teachers and among students themselves. Multimedia-based teaching and learning is one of the latest trends to enhance interactive skills among students and erode the perception of some who say that learning history is passive and boring. Multimedia directly encourages students to find out more information than what's in the textbook. More interesting pictures or images and sounds can steal students' attention and can encourage students to research, explore and increase their knowledge and understanding.
transformation, interactive, multimedia