Increasing Geographic Literacy through the Development of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
Keywords:Geographic literacy, CSCL, e-learning, module, videos
This paper aims to develop computer supported collaborative learning to improve geographic literacy. This study used research and development with the ASSURE model. The results of this development are in the form of basic geography concept modules with 3 videos integrated into e-learning. The media and material validation show that the product developed was very good and worth testing. In addition, the results of media validation by taking into account indicators of attractiveness, efficiency and effectiveness, were declared very good and students were enthusiastic about learning to use this media. This product can be an alternative medium for the 21st century learning environment that applies e-learning in the learning process.
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