LinProT: the Feasibility of a Multimedia Courseware for Optimization Methods Course

  • Farah* R
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LinProT is an educational courseware for Optimization Methods. LinProT consists of a multimedia package; short video tutorials and scanned pictures QR Code Reader and HP Reveal as Augmented Reality (AR) application. There are three types of modules of Optimization Methods that contain in LinProT courseware, which are notes module, exercises module and tutorial video modules. Users can enjoy new experiences of learning via courseware involving AR application and reduce frustration in learning through boring reading. The objectives in developing LinProT are to produce courseware that allows self-directed learning that meets the needs of students studying Optimization Methods course and to assess its feasibility. This courseware is developed using the ADDIE model that involves five phases; Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. The researchers tested the feasibility of the courseware to students via questionnaire. LinProT is a new way of learning, promotes interaction, provides experiences, and will improve learning efficiency in terms of time and place.




Farah*, R. N., & Hanani, F. N. (2019). LinProT: the Feasibility of a Multimedia Courseware for Optimization Methods Course. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 4601–4606.

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