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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44826

Development of Augmented Reality Based Occupational Health and Safety Guidebook in Electricity Basic Laboratory

Ketut Ima Ismara, Faranita Surwi, Neneng Thoyyibah


Basic knowledge of electricity is needed in various work competencies in the field of electricity. As a student of the Electrical Engineering Department, basic electricity is something that must be understood. The basic understanding of electricity is not enough just theory, it takes hands-on practice in a laboratory with infrastructure, processes, and laboratory management adapted to the world of work. In order to optimize this, a guidebook is needed. The research aims are: (1) in the form of an augmented reality-based guidebook product. (2) Knowing the performance of augmented reality-based manuals. (3) The priority of augmented reality-based guidebooks is viewed from the material and media aspects. (4) Knowing student responses to augmented reality-based guidelines. The research uses the research and development (R&D) method of the ADDIE model according to Lee & Owens (2004), which has stages: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The results of the research are: (1) A manual that is equipped with augmented reality technology, namely the AR-Daslis application to scan marker images. (2) The performance of the AR-Daslis application through the black box test gets a percentage of 100% which indicates the function can run well. (3) Based on the assessment based on the guidelines based on augmented reality, the material received 87% material in the "Very Eligible" category, and 88% based on the media aspect with the "Very Eligible" category. (4) Student responses showed a percentage of 89% in the "Very Good" category


Manual, ADDIE, Basic Electricity, Augmented Reality

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