Assessment of Online Learning Application for Health Education

Hery Harjono Muljo, Anzaludin Samsinga Perbangsa, Bens Pardamean


Online learning has become a model, learning strategies, and the preferred channel in education around the world because it is not restricted by time and place. The development of online learning in supporting the success of health education programs for early detection of cervical cancer is the right solution to improve health workers knowledge. To measure user acceptance of the online learning applications, the study used Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) approach. Data collected from questionnaires then analyzed by calculating the frequency (proportion) of the total value, the interpretation of a score by looking for index% and interval. The final result of the calculation shows that all respondents agreed and strongly agreed with all four factors measured. The conclusions are the users believe that the use of learning online applications can reduce the task effort, improve job performance, give positive idea to use the technology, and consciously and expressed desire to run the online learning process in the future.


early detection; cervical cancer; online learning; Technology Acceptance Model

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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