The accessible IT for the courses on the special education undergraduate program

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Endang Pudjiastuti Sartinaha
Sri Joeda Andajanib
Muhammad Nurul Ashar
Eryana Retno Fatimasari Budiatic


Students can learn through printed teaching materials, audio and video programs, weblogs, and or other media based on ICT (Information and Communication Technology). Yet, educators still play an  essenstial  role in designing every learning activity. This research  aims  to produce a prototype of the product development of accessible IT teaching materials for Special Education undergarduate program students. This research applied the ADDEM design model (Analyze, Design, Develop, Deliver, Evaluate, and Maintenance). Results were gathered by examining the feasibility on aspectts of  efficacy and practicality of the develped product. Data were analyzed quantitatively by looking at the results of the validity and practicality test. The results of the validity test from the validators showed that all of the assesment items got a good rating  of 3.0, in contrast the results of the practicality test, which was done by undergraduate students showed that there was an improvement on the score of the end-of-term test compared to the score of the mid-term test.


Keywords: learning materials, accessible learning.


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Sartinaha, E. P., Andajanib, S. J., Ashar, M. N., & Budiatic, E. R. F. (2021). The accessible IT for the courses on the special education undergraduate program. World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues, 13(1), 96–105.