Edmodo Multimedia: Supporting Technology for Media Learning at Higher Education ( Vol-3,Issue-1,January - February 2018 )
Author: Rully Putri Nirmala Puji, Nurul Umamah
Keyword: Edmodo Multimedia, Higher Education, Media Learning.
Abstract: In the digital era nowadays technological developments are expected to be optimally utilized in various sectors covering economy and business, politics to education. Development and use of multimedia in learning is one way in utilizing technology in the field of education. Utilization of technology in the field of education is closely related to technological pedagogical content knowledge and also the competence of learners as an effort to develop digital skills. Edmodo multimedia is one of the e-learning based media that is designed by raising the existence of social media for learning.
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