Mobile Learning Design Models for State University of Jakarta, Indonesia

Ika Lestari, Arifin Maksum, Cecep Kustandi

Abstract


In facing the industrial era 4.0, the instructional paradigm requires the involvement of technology in it. The use of technology in instructional is sometimes regarded as a medium or tool for delivering information through technology from lecturers to students without considering the learning process of students with technology that makes learning outcomes more meaningful. Meanwhile, instructional media such as mobile learning applications through Android is a type of mobile learning that can change the way students communicate and interact. The use of mobile learning applications through Android is adjusted to the characteristics of students and learning needs in the industrial era 4.0. This study resulted in an Android-based mobile learning application so that through product effectiveness, the concept of the conceptual model of mobile learning was obtained in the industrial era 4.0 for learning in college. The research method used is the development research of William W. Lee and Diana L. Owens. The results showed that the mobile learning application influenced student academic achievement so that the conceptual model of mobile learning was obtained in the industrial era 4.0 for learning in college. This study concludes that mobile learning applications encourage students in fun learning activities and place students as the main subject in learning, so learning becomes meaningful.


Keywords


mobile learning, smartphone, instructional, technology

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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