Implementation of "ADAB" to Hearing Impaired Student as Learning Innovation in the Data and Text Mining Course, Information System Distance Learning, Binus Online Learning

Teguh Prasandy, Ika Nurlaila, Titan Titan, Lena Lena


Nothwithstanding every human being’s wish to be born perfect both physically andemotionally, some have no luck being born with physical barriers, further re-ferred as persons with disabilities. The disabilities can take a form as hearing im-paired. We, at Distance Education Binus Online Learning (BOL), were keen to observe the implementation of ADAB (Ayo Dengar Ayo Bicara) To Connect ap-plication for hearing-impaired students in video conference sessions. The current study was aimed at seeking learning model innovations in data and text mining courses as well as measuring impacts of ADAB to Connect application to hear-ing-impaired students’ academic performances. It was observed that by imple-menting the application, the students’ academic performance was elevated to 90%. We, therefore, are convinced that this learning innovation worths further study and improvisation


ADAB, hearing-impaired, distance-learning, learning, learning innovation

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