Student Project | Literature | Indonesia | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022
Multihost Podcast Development as Teaching Materials in Digital Literature Court
Abstract: This research is the development of lecture material in the form of a multi-host podcast. The choice of media in the form of podcasts is because students as the main access to this lecture material are a generation that has the main characteristics attached to digital technology. Podcasts as one of the digital technology products are considered closest to the needs of students as the main access to this lecture material. Podcasts are digital audio files uploaded to online platforms to be shared with others (Phillips, 2017). Podcast listeners can access audio directly from their smartphone or laptop online. Podcasts can also be pre-downloaded so they can be listened to when the user is in off-line mode. The development method in this research adapts the Borg and Gall models with some adjustments based on the needs of podcast preparation. Data in the form of quantitative and qualitative data. Quantitative data in the form of expert test assessment results and field tests, and qualitative data in the form of learning observations and input or advice from experts. In data collection, the researcher collects, presents, reduces, organizes, interprets the data, and concludes the research results with the help of instruments in the form of observation sheets, questionnaires, and structured interviews. Data analysis was carried out by: (a) raw observation, and (b) unitization. In this case the researcher separates the data into parts that can then be analyzed, (c) determine the data to be analyzed (sampling), (d) make notes (recording) on the data that has been determined to be analyzed, (e) reduce the data, and (f) making inferences (finding the intent contained in the data, namely the material for the Constitutional Court of Digital Literature). Meanwhile, qualitative data obtained from observations, interviews, and narrative input were taken by the following steps: (1) identification of the results of questionnaires, interviews, and observations, (2) grouping data based on research objectives, (3) presenting and explaining data, (4) to conclude and determine the profile and feasibility of the product in the form of a podcast containing material for the Constitutional Court of Digital Literature. The development of this podcast resulted in two examples of lecture materials that have been packaged in podcasts which are very possible to continue to be developed at the next opportunity according to the syllabus and lesson plans that have been prepared.
Keywords: multihost podcast, Digital Literature, media
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,
Pages: 100 - 107
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Dewi Pusposari, "Multihost Podcast Development as Teaching Materials in Digital Literature Court", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022, pp. 100-107, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR211208191305
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