Hery Harjono Muljo, Anzaludin Samsinga Perbangsa, Bens Pardamean
International Journal of Digital Content Technology and its Applications, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 54-63, 2015
Cervical cancer is the second leading type of cancer causing death in women in Indonesia. The mortality rate could be reduced through an early detection program, which would require training for healthcare workers in educating women in Indonesia. The aim of this research was to investigate the type of online learning content and management system suitable for informing both the public and medical personnel about early detection of cervical cancer. The research method utilized was based on British Columbia’s standard for online learning content with four main criteria. Furthermore, the study also employed the method by Jeong and Kim (2009) to design the content of an instructional approach while Bloom’s taxonomy theory was followed as the reference theory in designing the online learning material. The system requirements were gathered through observations, interviews, and benchmarking. The Learning Management System (LMS) was designed using Unified Model Language (UML) tools. The study resulted in online-learning multimedia and an LMS design of early detection of cervical cancer.
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