Universitas Indonesia Conferences, The 4th International Conference of Vocational Higher Education

Font Size: 
Development of Diesel Motor Learning Multimedia for Acquisition Learning outcomes
Barokah - -, Parabelem TD Rompas, Marinus S Tappy, Jozua Ch Huwae, Jefta - Ratela, Yohan - Wibisono

Last modified: 2019-09-19


This research paper analyzed the problem related to the level of passing the final examination, especially the subjects of diesel engines,which are still low. In such conditions a solution is needed to find out how to solve it. The development of multimedia learning for diesel engines is made to increase the acquisition of understanding and skills in diesel engines lessons. This research uses a qualitative method, collecting data in a questionnaire and in-depth interviews with 36 student. The results of the research proved that the multimedia diesel engines developed can increase the acquisition of learning outcomes. In addition to contributing to learning techniques, this study also found learning outcome through involving multi sensor. It is better if the results of multimedia development can be developed into facilitate learning. This research is limited to the scope of multimedia diesel engines with power point computer programs


Keywords: Development, Learning Multimedia, Diesel Engines, Learning   Outcomes



[1]  Mayer, R. E. and Estrella, G. ‘Bene fi ts of emotional design in multimedia instruction’, 2014 ;33, 12–18

[2] Park, B., Plass, J. L. and Brünken, R. ‘Cognitive and affective processes in multimedia learning’, Learning and Instruction. Elsevier Ltd, 2014 ;29 :125–127

[3] Heidig, S., Müller, J. and Reichelt, M. ‘Computers in Human Behavior Emotional design in multimedia learning : Differentiation on relevant design features and their effects on emotions and learning’, Computers in Human Behavior. Elsevier Ltd, 2014 ;44 :81–95

[4] Al-hariri, M. T. and Al-hattami, A. A. ‘Impact of students ’ use of technology on their learning achievements in physiology courses at the University of Dammam’, Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences. Elsevier Ltd, 2014 ;12(1) :82–85

[5] Mayer, R. E. ‘Incorporating motivation into multimedia learning q’, Learning and Instruction. Elsevier Ltd, 2014 ;29 :171–173

[6] Zaid, M. et al. ‘Relationship Between the Multimedia Technology and Education in Improving Learning Quality’, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier B.V., 90(InCULT 2012), 2012 ; 351–355

[7] Akhondi, A. ‘The effective multimedia instruction in remedy spelling disability students specific learning in Iran at year 2009’, 2011 ; 15 :1951–1954.

[8] Aloraini, S. (2012) ‘The impact of using multimedia on students ’academic achievement in the College of Education at King Saud University’, Journal of King Saud University - Languages and Translation. King Saud University,2012 ; 24(2):75–82.

[9]  Cantabella, M. et al. ‘Analysis of student behavior in learning management systems through a Big Data framework’, Future Generation Computer Systems. Elsevier B.V., 2018 ; 90 : 262–272. doi: 10.1016/j.future.2018.

[10] Lee, Y., Hsiao, C. and Ho, C. ‘Computers in Human Behavior The effects of various multimedia instructional materials on students ’ learning responses and outcomes : A comparative experimental study’, Computers in Human Behavior. Elsevier Ltd, 2014 ; 40 : 119–132

[11]Lari, F. S. (2014) ‘The Impact of Using PowerPoint Presentations on Students ’ Learning and Motivation in Secondary Schools’, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier B.V., 98(2009), pp. 1672–1677. doi: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.03.592.

[12]Abdul, R. ‘Shared knowledge among instructional multimedia design experts’, 2010 ;9 : 353–357






Full Text: PDF