Development of E-book Teaching Materials in Improving Student Literacy

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Andra Saputra
Muhammad Kristiawan


Teaching Materials, E-books, information literacy, Media Literacy, Digital Literacy


Literacy is an important quality that must be owned by every student because it can develop a culture of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and understanding information ability analytically, critically, and reflectively. These skills are used to build the creative and productive students for challenging goals, because most of the educational process especially at University, need the ability and literacy awareness of students. This research aimed to develop Teaching Materials in the form of E-books in improving Student Literacy in the Education Administration Study Program of the Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Padang, Indonesia.  The research used research & development (R&D) methods assisted by the 4-D model of Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate. The needs analysis stage consisted of problem analysis, learning objective analysis, context analysis, student analysis, and content analysis and curriculum. The subjects of this study were students of the Education Administration study program of the Universitas Negeri Padang of Indonesia. The data was collected using a questionnaire. The result of the product Material Aspect validity was 95%, that of the Product Media aspect validity test was 85.5%, that of the Trial Validity of the Product Language Aspect was 96.25%. It showed that the product was very valid with an average figure of 90.92%. The result of Practicality Test analysis from lecturers was 96.66% and Student Practicality Trial results was 91.7%. The result of the analysis of the increased in literacy from students of information literacy level was 80.25%, Media Literacy was 80.33%, Digital Literacy was 80.25%. The researcher concludes that the development of e-book teaching materials can be used in improving student literacy because it has been implemented with a valid, practical, and effective development process.


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