Interpreting the Needs of Students and Lecturers for Guidebooks on Multimedia Learning Evaluation
This study aimed to understand the needs of students and lecturers for guidebooks on multimedia learning evaluation. This study was conducted because it had been found that some students and lecturers had difficulty in evaluating learning multimedia, and had insufficient understanding of the evaluation process, the relevance of the instruments, and the assessment indicators. This needs analysis study was conducted as the initial stage of development research. The content of the guidebook included general descriptions, evaluation plans, development of assessment instruments, product validation, and analysis of learning multimedia assessment data. The data were collected by conducting a literature review and online surveys with 35 respondents in the field of educational technology from around Yogyakarta, Central Java and surrounding areas. The data were analyzed descriptively and quantitatively. The findings indicated that 77.1% strongly needed guidebooks and as many as 40% experienced difficulties in carrying out learning multimedia evaluation as developers and/or evaluators. 80% of the respondents wanted both a printed and electronic guidebook, 14.3% only wanted an electronic book, and the rest only wanted a printed book. The results of this needs analysis can be used in the development of meaningful learning products.
Keywords: needs analysis, guidebook, multimedia evaluation, learning multimedia
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