Development of an Instructional Design Model for Mobile Blended Learning in Higher Education

I Kadek Suartama, Punaji Setyosari, Sulthoni Sulthoni, Saida Ulfa

Abstract


The development of information and communication technology has brought a surprise and revolutionary challenge to the idea and practice of traditional education. Mobile internet technology has become the main promoter and accelerator to apply the concept of mobile learning. Mobile technology offers new opportunities to integrate face-to-face learning and online learning methods. We see a tendency to use blended learning scenarios by combining various forms of learning and integrating a variety of ways to access content using mobile technology. The objective of this study is to develop a mobile blended learning design that can systematically guide the instructor or lecturer in the lecturing processes. By combining the ideas of mobile learning and blended learning, mobile blended learning design has been developed. Implementing research and development (R&D) method, the mobile blended learning design has been constructed through designing process and validation by experts. This instructional design has feasibility to use in learning; therefore, it effectively increases the popularity of mobile blended learning

Keywords


instructional design; mobile learning; blended learning; mobile blended learning; instructional media

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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